Great Things in the Works
At last, we are getting ready to come back to the States where the internet is immediate, the water is good, and we can sleep in our own bed.
Shooting the new ShotKam II HD is a gas and the video it produces is nothing short of incredible. We will leave here with around 1,200 videos in the can and we will be doing the same with ducks, quail, pheasants, and pigeons by the May/June timeframe.
There will be a lot of videos to edit and make into new Kill Shot Reviews, as well as individual shots with voiceover instructions. The plan is to do KSRs first and pull one or two of the best from each to do VOs on. And also now that we can use Coach’s Eye and put it in HD, then we will be able to give running commentary in KSRs as well as individual shots.
We are planning to do 20-30-40-50-60 yard left-to-right and right-to-left crossers on clays and some other shots as well, so you will be able to know what a 50-yard crosser really looks like and what it looks like to break it.
With the ShotKam II, there are a lot of things to do and we will be working diligently in the near future to get the stuff up for you.
Eventually, we will be on Carbon TV and will be doing new tips every week. Now I must do a trailer for our channel and will get that done next week and we will be off on that project.
If you have not visited the Sample Knowledge page, do so. There are 50 new videos up that are examples of what can be found in the KV. Also, you can take a test drive for 14 days and really see what is in there before you join.
The monthly membership price will be going up and the yearly memberships will be specially priced for the upcoming Christmas season. You will also be eligible for a discounted price just by doing a test drive. Let us know what you think.
We are still in Argentina and we are putting the finishing touches on all these projects and more, so stay tuned. If they are not there now then check back in a few days – they are coming.
We’re leaving for the airport in Cordoba and will be in Houston tomorrow and will catch up then. We learned so much from shooting doves on this trip and still have space on our second dove/pigeon hunt during the first week of June. It might be one or the other, or might be both, so let us know if you are interested.
Looking forward to being home. We’ll talk later.