I bought my son the I kam sunglasses, used for upland hunt and the quality was good. You need to keep your head up as some of the video gets cut off if you are looking down to your dog or watching you step. We had on flush that was interesting and I could go back and watch it in reply. I missed and waffled the pheasent, thought it was coming down so I held off on my second shot. the dam thing got wings again and flow off. All on video. I will post the vid if possible. ................
Well that did not work. PM with email and I will send it to you.
Here is my first attempt this AM it was sort of cloudy and yes you must look towards the tail of the dog at heel to get him.The download to utube was very easy this time.All in all purdy happy with them.http://youtu.be/byMZJu2ooSU
Overall I've like mine. As Jay mentioned, you have to adjust if you want to see your dog in certain spots. I used mine while shooting hogs out of a helo and got good footage but it's all up in one corner of the screen because of how I was sighting on my rifle. Next time I'll do better. And to watch marks they aren't too great because all you see is a black speck on the horizon. Good for drills and close in stuff though.
I ended up buy some of the iKam Xtreme glasses from Roger's. They ran a sell on them and for the price I couldn't pass. I have used them a couple of times and for the $ have been pleased. I knew what I was getting when I bought them...I wasn't expecting Hollywood quality HD video for $90.
Welp...first time out training they only took one second of video at a time.......
1---If you have an additional memory card installed, you need to copy the small file that is on the root directory of the glasses to the memory card.
2---Make sure you have not exceeded the memory of the glasses. It is a little over 3 gig. It gets used up fast.
Prolly did....Gonna call them tomorrow.I ordered a rigged out Go Pro in the meantime.