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    My local feed store had these in stock and they looked pretty cool.. the latest in OC gear.. hehe they have 4 GB expandable / 4hrs video w/stereo audio.

    They have em at camshades .com

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    My local feed store had these in stock and they looked pretty cool..Â* the latest in OC gear.. hehe they have 4 GB expandable / 4hrs video w/stereo audio.

    They have em at camshades .com
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    Might be a handy thing to wear to the Second Amendment March or the roughly simultaneous Tea Party protests taking place in DC this April.

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    Pretty cool gadget. And on the manufacturer's website, they are available for the "bargain price" of only $199.99...

    http://camshades.com/default.aspx

    The specifications are pretty impressive though--4gb of on-board memory, and an SD card slot, so you could record a BOATLOAD of video. Plus an MP3 player.

    If anyone out there is volunteering to be a "test case" a pair of these may be well worth their weight in gold...

    Oh, if only they came with "driving amber" lenses like the Serengeti sunglasses that I love so much...
    It is our cause to dispel the foggy thinking which avoids hard decisions in the delusion that a world of conflict will somehow mysteriously resolve itself into a world of harmony, if we just don't rock the boat or irritate the forces of aggression—and this is hogwash."
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    Got a whole kit with the button camera and such ... love it!
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    Very cool but too pricey for my pocket
    What part of "shall not be infringed" don't you understand?

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    Dreamer wrote:
    Pretty cool gadget. And on the manufacturer's website, they are available for the "bargain price" of only $199.99...

    http://camshades.com/default.aspx

    The specifications are pretty impressive though--4gb of on-board memory, and an SD card slot, so you could record a BOATLOAD of video. Plus an MP3 player.

    If anyone out there is volunteering to be a "test case" a pair of these may be well worth their weight in gold...

    Oh, if only they came with "driving amber" lenses like the Serengeti sunglasses that I love so much...
    Hey, hey.. did ya read the online catalog?

    Extra Lens Lens come in pairs of two. They easily snap in and out of your CamShades.Your choice of three styles:1. Polarized/Standard Replacements2. Yellow (best for Hunting)3. Clear4. New Amber (best for Fishing) (not pictured above)Each pair of replacement lens are $15

    Voila, aske and ye shall recieve! I have started a change jar for one of these..

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    Amber lenses... Hmmm... Now I'm tempted....

    Not only would these be super-useful for OCers, but they would be VERY fun to use on the range. Now THAT would make for some cool YouTube clips...
    It is our cause to dispel the foggy thinking which avoids hard decisions in the delusion that a world of conflict will somehow mysteriously resolve itself into a world of harmony, if we just don't rock the boat or irritate the forces of aggression—and this is hogwash."
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    I have visions of playing my own videos that look like Im IN DOOM.. for those of you who remember that game...

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    JBURGII wrote:
    I have visions of playing my own videos that look like Im IN DOOM.. for those of you who remember that game...

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    DOOM? I couldn't play that, didn't have 15MB free to install it. I had to stay with Castle Wolfenstien. (plus it came on some stupid round plastic thingy I didn't have a drive for.)
    illegal ≠ immoral legal ≠ moral
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    simmonsjoe wrote:
    JBURGII wrote:
    I have visions of playing my own videos that look like Im IN DOOM.. for those of you who remember that game...

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    DOOM? I couldn't play that, didn't have 15MB free to install it. I had to stay with Castle Wolfenstien. (plus it came on some stupid round plastic thingy I didn't have a drive for.)
    Wow, gettin old school on me there.. I remember the days before the internet.. privately run bulletin board systems running a million variants of D&D.. typing in the code for the TRON game in basic on an Apple II.. tape drives and TI-99's ... snif..

    the good ol days..

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    JBURGII wrote:
    simmonsjoe wrote:
    JBURGII wrote:
    I have visions of playing my own videos that look like Im IN DOOM.. for those of you who remember that game...

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    DOOM? I couldn't play that, didn't have 15MB free to install it. I had to stay with Castle Wolfenstien. (plus it came on some stupid round plastic thingy I didn't have a drive for.)
    Wow, gettin old school on me there.. I remember the days before the internet.. privately run bulletin board systems running a million variants of D&D.. typing in the code for the TRON game in basic on an Apple II.. tape drives and TI-99's ... snif..

    the good ol days..

    Rev. Jim
    I still have DRUG WARS. The code was so simple I moved it over to my TI-89 by hand. Those BBS games would only give you a certain number of moves for a day. I used to play this one, I forget the name, where you had a space ship and traded goods around the galaxy and such. ASCII graphics were so awesome with EGA video.
    illegal ≠ immoral legal ≠ moral
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    I got soooo excited when I bought my first Bell 212a 1200 baud modem..

    Ah, my mother loved (sarcasm) the sound when she picked up the extension line..

    Rev. Jim

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    Dreamer wrote:
    they would be VERY fun to use on the range. `
    Or the beach......
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