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    Senior Member Evan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Fryer View Post
    I use a camera alot as part of my training tools. My youtube channel....

    http://www.youtube.com/user/TheUtbirdboy?feature=mhee

    Some are good and some are not, but you can see the progression the pups have made if you go back a few months
    Eric,

    I noticed there were foregroun focus issues on some videos. If your camera has a manual focus setting you can override, or focus past closer objects like tall grass to focus on your destinations; blind locations or marks. Just a suggestion. I enjoyed the dog work!

    Evan
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    You blow a whistle every 5 seconds after "back" or a cast.
    Your dog appears to have figured this out.

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