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I'm looking for a camera to take golf swings. I'm currently using an old ag188u 10,000 fps vhs format. It's time for me to upgrade so I can hand my students a disc that can be played in a computer. Your here is greatly appreciated!!!!!!! Thank, Bobbyb01@msn.com

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Dear Fixya,

I have still haven't received a model # or Brand of Camera that will be compatible to the DVR player you recommended.

Maybe that's my fault because I wasn't explicit enough.

I need a camera to take golf swing at high speeds and a player to use in the studio.

Thanks for the help!!!!!!!!!

Bobbyb01@msn.com

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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