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Richard from iDV in Australia has kindly offered a BNA forum member the chance to win the MiniDV camera with a RRP of $135. You may have noticed the popular "Video Camera who uses one?" thread or even read the MiniDV review by Nathan Besh on BNA earlier this year. Video Cameras on bikes are becoming more common and the MiniDV is an attractive option with it's pricing and size... about the size of your thumb.
If you would like a chance to win the MiniDV, you need to answer the following question.
Question: When refering to video frame rate, the abbreviation FPS stands for Frames Per ............
Simply post a reply to this thread (please no discussion, just your answer) and on 22.09.2011 at midday a winner will be chosen at random. To participate you need to be a (BNA) Australian Cycling Forums member, membership is free.
Checkout the iDV website, there is currently a special offer where you can get the MiniDV camera for $99 incl. postage to Australia: www.idv.net.au
Total prize value: $135 incl. GST
Start Date: 11.09.2011
End Date: 22.09.2011
Prize Sponsor: iDV Australia
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Question: When refering to video frame rate, the abbreviation FPS stands for Frames Per ............[/b]
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