Video I made on Epic


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    Hahah use the bag that came with your Epic to 'recycle' your pre
     
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    The camera looks pretty darn good for a low light level environment. There is no artifacting with the quick movement of the hammer. The sound being picked up from the microphone is impressive as well. Very crisp, and clean separation between the voice and the ambient noise.

    Oh and the Pre being smashed into oblivion was pretty cool too! ;)
     
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    Yes I was very impressed about the video camera. I figured it would be jerking all over the place with the quick movements, but it has a very steady capture. I held it in one hand while i was smashing the Pre- with the hammer. I have to give the video recording on the EPic 2 thumbs up.
     
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    Years ago I pulled the sim card out of a Nokia 8210 and then skipped the phone across a pond like a stone! Unfortunately, phones didn't have cameras, much less HD video camcorders on them back then. That was an Amazing feeling. I can only imagine how great it felt to smash that Pre!
     
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    Bakrauf Member This Topic's Starter

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    I did package that pre in the little baggy and I am sending it back to Sprint.
     
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    Dude, you could have parted that out on Ebay, I'm sure.
     
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    My wife and I had a Dell laptop about five years ago that had a broken hinge. The screen still worked but it was a real irritant. When the laptop finally crapped out, we did something similar to what was done above. It took about 8 hits to crack the screen, and it was far less satisfying. Doing the same thing to the hard drive was kind of cool because it basically turned to powder.
     
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    You should of filmed it in 720p
     
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    After not having a pone for a few weeks and all the problems I had with this thing. I had to hammer it!
     
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    I dont know. Even though its not an Epic. I still get the cring everytime he uses the hammer.
     
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    LOL. Man hitting that battery is dangerous. Glad it didn't blow up.
     
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    So...I am guessing that the Palm Pre didn't have Gorilla Glass? ;)
     
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    Bought my Epic at the local Sprint store and I was gonna trash my Old Touch pro which the keyboard didnt work on.....they bought it back for $25 and put it towards my purchase on my Epic....should have done that! lol
     
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    My favorite part:
    "As you can see the screen is now fixed"
     
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    "The screen is now perfect"
     
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    This was to dam funny i sent this video to 3 friends all of which have a palm pre!!
     
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    Gorilla glass is scratch resistant, its not shatter proof.
     

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