Footage from the Estuary below our RV Site – Thunderbird RV Park, BC

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The other day I decided to play around a bit and try to capture some of the wildlife and tidal scenes behind the RV park. There is a saltwater estuary where the water rises and falls twice each day.

Utilizing my Sony camcorder, Akaso action cam, and pieces of a Haloview wireless backup camera system I set to work. I placed a Haloview side mount camera and battery pack on a stick to capture passing birds and timelapse of the tide action. The display has a built-in record function laying down clips onto a micro SD card.

The Akaso V50 Elite action cam included an underwater case, so I used it to get aquatic shots. Then with my main vlogging camera the Sony FDR-AX53 camcorder, I give you walk around footage and a few telephoto zooms.

I hope you enjoy this little nature break. I had a lot of fun making it. Cheers! Ray

Video Montage from the Tidal Estuary

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Video Footage from the Estuary in Campbell River British Columbia on Vancouver Island

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