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Matt Hunter – Forgotten Dirt (Trailer) | Action Cam | Sony

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Action Cam by Sony Presents: Teaser for Dream Capture Episode II – “Forgotten Dirt”, featuring Matt Hunter. Coming August 6th 2013!

Mountain bikers are constantly exploring the world around them, looking for new trails to discover. But as our world shrinks, unridden trail networks are harder and harder to find. In “Forgotten Dirt”, professional mountain biker Matt Hunter and a small team of riders travel to the remote Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan on a world’s-first mountain bike expedition. Ironically, the search for new trails leads to some of the oldest trails on earth. Watch the full story unfold, August 6th, 2013.

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Action Cam | First Mountain Bike Expedition in Afghanistan: Matt Hunter’s “Forgotten Dirt”



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Action Cam by Sony Presents: Dream Capture — Episode II “Forgotten Dirt”

In “Forgotten Dirt”, professional mountain biker Matt Hunter and a small team of riders traveled to the remote Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan to explore trails that had never been ridden before. But as it turns out, the journey to reach those trails was the real adventure.

To capture “Forgotten Dirt”, the Anthill Films crew had to travel up to twelve hours a day by bike with camera gear on their backs. This, combined with the remoteness of the trails, meant that the crew could not rely on traditional camera equipment. The compact and lightweight nature of Sony’s Action Cam allowed the crew to document Matt’s Afghan expedition as it actually happened.

Music by Seb Taylor and Interchill

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Bring on the action with the only mountable camera that packs pro-quality features like Full HD recording, Steady Shot™, GPS, and built-in Wi-Fi® that lets you connect with the live view remote, or even view and transfer photos and videos with your smartphone! The variety of accessories will give you even more freedom in shooting, and it’s ready to make every shot count. Are you?

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TomTom Bandit – Epic Darklight Edit



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Experience the thrill and point of view of this epic film!

Sweetgrass Productions’ Darklight film has re-set the standard in Mountainbike action film making this year, and TomTom Bandit is proud to be the official action camera used in filming it. Featuring three world-leading riders, the Canadian trio of Graham Agassiz, Matt Hunter and Matty Miles, tackling miles of high impact terrain. In this edit, we share the experience of these riders as recorded on the TomTom Bandit action cameras. Breathtaking landscapes and world class riding from their point of view, as they attacked some of the world’s most challenging terrain. Specialized Bikes provided enhanced mountain bikes, ensuring a spectacular overall effect.

The movie Darklight is made possible by television manufacturer Philips TV. Watch the full film at http://www.philips.com/ambilight .

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