17 thoughts on “Introducing the LeoCam

  1. Wow! This is so cool…or should I say extremely cold? Where are y’all? It is gorgeous and Leo did an outstanding job filming. ☺

    • Thanks! This was at Mount Baker near where I live in Bellingham, Washington. I’m quite proud of Leo’s filmmaking. Rob thinks he needs to work on holding the camera steady.

  2. Great job Leo on filming! Looks like so much fun with all that snow! 🙂

  3. You must have gotten the camera pretty secure, because it didn’t make me motion-sick the way some of these do. Good job! fun to watch!

    • We had 18 minutes that I edited down to 5 minutes at first, and then I realized that’s way longer than anyone wants to watch Leo’s shaky cam!

      • Those are great in theory, but difficult to watch. A little goes a long way. Good job editing.

  4. I loved the video! They had a great time playing in the snow and it’s fun to see it from their perspective. Awesome!

  5. Great video! What a beautiful area for the dogs to run around in, they must have had a total blast!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

  6. I LOVE this! I love seeing the world from their perspective. We’ve got Bichons and have tried the dog harness once on Baxter and it was adorable. It is better on a taller dog, that is for certain. There’s a chest piece that you can mount the cam to, can you not? I forget.
    You’ve got beautiful dogs. 🙂

    • Thank you! We got a harness for him to wear the camera on his back. It worked pretty well, considering his backpack always slips to one side.

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