This is not a paid ad and we do not generally post email that we get as advertising but we got this in the mail today from Digital Pro Golf and looked at the specs and video samples online.
What we liked was the ability to download the software and try it out for free, which we did, and we were able to use the program to evaluate an .avi file of our swing, showing that we drifted off substantially from our correct center on the backswing. This was already VERY USEFUL and will be something for us to work on at our next session on the driving range.
Hence, this looks like a potentially useful low cost video swing analysis system that may be of interest to some of our readers, but this is not a recommendation as such since we have no means of comparison to competing video systems.
Here is the content of the original email from Digital Pro Golf.
"We've had many professional and amateur golfers asking
questions about our new high-speed $249 video recording and
swing analysis system. Your questions are answered here:
Digital Pro Golf offers professional and amateur golfers the most
affordable and easiest-to-use high-speed, portable swing recording
and swing analysis systems available in the marketplace today.
* PC and Mac compatibility. Easily exchange files from one computer
to another, from pro to student, or just between friends. Simplicity,
ease of use, portability and low cost are our trademarks.
* Full systems, including the camera, software, tripod and memory,
start at less than $250 and are capable of recording from 30-1,000
frames per second.
* Optimized for use on the range AND on the course.
* Software free to try for 30 days.
Our sample video library is here:
Our web site is here:
Our Store is here (the link to the International Store can be found at
the TOP of the first page of our North American store):
Testimonials from golfers and pros can be found here:
Video is key to a better game. No one makes it easier than Digital Pro Golf.
Thanks for your time.
Digital Pro Golf
Sunday, July 19, 2009
The Guitars Have It : Customers Have Power : Is YouTube replacing the U.S. Supreme Court as the Last Resort for Customer Complaints?
It happened on the way to Nebraska....
Power on this planet is sometimes misunderstood, especially in the legal field. The power of the U.S. Supreme Court, for example, is undisputed, but is generally visible only over longer periods of time and for a very small selection of legal issues and cases. The power of the Internet on the other hand is pervasive and nearly immediate.
At issue is the case of a guitar damaged by United Airlines, a legal liability incident about which a music video by Dave Carroll has brought the company to its veritable knees without a single lawyer having uttered a word....
It is a sign of the "legal" times which we first read via Business Opportunities at Small Business Trends, where Anita Campbell writes about the above video:
"If nothing else, this video shows how YouTube is becoming the court of last resort, when it comes to customer complaints. The court of last resort used to be the Supreme Court. But heck, YouTube is easier to get into.
Customers have power. Ignore at your peril."
See the article to find out what impact this video has had.
Posted by Andis Kaulins at 7/19/2009 01:04:00 AM
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