Warbler Video

Today’s post is an experiment … I’ve been collecting some video as I kayak, from my point-and-shoot digital camera (Pentax Optio W60 waterproof camera). I don’t know how well the video will work on this blog, but I certainly want to find out. If it works reasonably well, I will be adding video to some of my posts that feature wildlife. I’d like to have some of you who view this video to please give me a brief synopsis of how well it presents, whether good or bad. One comment: I am a photographer, not a videographer, so please keep that in mind. Also, taking video of moving subjects with a point-and-shoot camera is difficult to do, especially from a kayak! So, I’m afraid the video will be a bit “bouncy” at times. But I’m more concerned with actual video quality … both the video and audio. So here goes, with a video taken last week of a Common Yellowthroat Warbler (Geothlypis trichas) as I searched for warblers along a creek bank:

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