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    Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    My dog, Yuki, grew up in my studio and still comes to "work" during the slower times of the year. He's high energy. I'm sure if he had this heart monitor camera, he'd fill up a 256GB card in a day since there's another dog and three cats at home. But I'd sure like to see what he sees!

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    Shouldn't this be in a Nikon thread?

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Shouldn't this be in a Nikon thread?
    No. Seems this is the right forum to me.

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    Oops. That was a joke. This is the right place, but the dog was shooting with a Nikon. :-)

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    Cool and just like their human counterparts, if you have more than one dog who knows, what excites one may be different than what excites another.

    I guess the camera is too heavy for cats but would like to know what gets their heart rate going....yes I know what will do it for a male cat approaching a female cat in heat but also the pic snapped by them when they see the nail clippers come out.

    I wonder the number of frames taken when a dog is offered his favorite bone. Does the camera go into continuous mode and keep firing away while the dog is in doggie heaven mumching on his treat? I think I'm thinking all this through too much...LOL.

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    What is with Nikon and huge cams?

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    Re: Camera for Dogs Operated by Heart Monitor!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Cool and just like their human counterparts, if you have more than one dog who knows, what excites one may be different than what excites another.

    I guess the camera is too heavy for cats but would like to know what gets their heart rate going....yes I know what will do it for a male cat approaching a female cat in heat but also the pic snapped by them when they see the nail clippers come out.

    I wonder the number of frames taken when a dog is offered his favorite bone. Does the camera go into continuous mode and keep firing away while the dog is in doggie heaven mumching on his treat? I think I'm thinking all this through too much...LOL.

    Dave (D&A)
    Maybe Fuji will come out with a smaller mirrorless version or Oly with a 3/4 version so cats don't feel discriminated against. But then cows would want a medium format version!

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