Instructions MUST be Followed for Good
Camera MUST be on a Stand or
as Video Must Be Completely Still
NOTE: WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE for photographers who are hit
batted or thrown ball, so be careful!
one of the following video formats:
Note: Some DV tape has an unusual coating. In most
cases these can be converted at a charge of $19.
As long as it can be viewed in a DVD player,
we can import it.
Super 8 mm or Hi 8mm
NOTE: DIGITAL 8 requires
a conversion at $19
VHS or Super VHS
NOTE: Some Video Formats
occasionally require a conversion at additional charge
Use a blank tape cartridge with the video sequences
at the beginning of the tape.
The images can be from game video
or practice video.
Shoot 10 to 20 swings at the beginning of the video.
OUTDOOR LIGHTING is
PREFERRED...Brightest lighting available makes images much
easier to work with.
Fluorescent lighting is weakest-it flickers/pulses at 1,200
The hitter can be set up if desired
during a practice, by using a
batting cage or a protective screen that will protect the camera & the
photographer from batted ball.
If variable shutter is available,
fastest speed possible for the amount of light available.
The hitter can hit
regular pitched balls or short toss.
Shoot the video at an
angle as you see on the images on the left of this page.
The images on the
left of this page show a video well done.
We MUST see the
WHOLE SWING including feet, hands, head & BAT TIP during the FULL SWING
including BEGINNING, MIDDLE and END OF SWING.
Shoot your video, pay for
your video motion analysis online HERE and CONTACT COACH PEAVY
by email at
email@example.com or call 404-909-8020 to get the
address to send your video for a full motion analysis of your
Your player will receive a CDROM in return in the mail, with