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Windsurfing, Jibes, Cape Hatteras, NC, October 17, 2011

Windsurfing Jibes starring Glen, Scott and Saul. It was an adventure trip this year after Hurricane Irene (Augut 28, 2011)split Hatteras Island into 2 island...

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Comment by Jim Friske on November 2, 2011 at 8:02am
I use the moisture strips for the GoPro camera.  They can be re-used by baking them in the oven at low heat for 10 minutes.  The moisture strips are the most convenient but are a bit expensive ($15 for 3 sets of 2).  They do go bad around 8 to 10 bakes in the oven and need to be thrown out.  Rain-X on the glass lens  (water resistive plasic case) works great too.  The glass lens on the plastic case housing does get scratched and can also be replaced.
Comment by Tom Janicki on November 2, 2011 at 7:10am

Jim,

Good stuff - videos of Blue Lagoon and  Hatteras.

How do you stop the gopro inside lens from fogging up?

 

Comment by Glendon Gardner on October 31, 2011 at 8:21pm
Saul was sailing a 7.9. I was using a 7.5. Scott, too. Saul's duck jibes were impressive with such a big sail. Thanks for the video, Jim! See, I can jibe. Glen
Comment by Jim Friske on October 30, 2011 at 12:26pm
I think the sail size was 6.0-7.0 sqm range.  Saul is good duck jiber:)
Comment by Brian on October 30, 2011 at 12:22pm
What size sail was Saul ducking?  Looked big!

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