I am writing to express my satisfaction with your product. Do I Flip? Yes, I do! In fact, I was not even in the market for a tiny video camera when your commercials caught my eye. That catchy tune along with those young attractive people and their charming tom-foolery was too much to resist. While I rarely am involved in hijinks like the ones on the commercials, I do have a baby who is video-worthy.
My camera arrived about a week ago, right on schedule. I was delighted with the ease of use. I installed the double A's and was ready to shoot. And shoot I did.
Today, for the first time, I downloaded my videos. As I watched the clips, I realized that all of them had one glaring flaw: my voice.
Twenty years from now, when my child is away studying at Harvard, I hope to enjoy the videos captured on my tiny Flip camera. My fear is that I will not enjoy them, rather I will be cringing at the sound of my squeaky annoying baby talk that was used to make my daughter smile and coo. It's a little pitchy, dog.
I would like to suggest a new feature for your line of cameras that would allow the videographer to capture the sights and sounds of their subject but NOT record their own voice.
You can call if Flip 2.0, and I will not even ask to be compensated for my idea. If you want to send me a 2.0 as a token of appreciation, I want a yellow one.
Thank you for your near perfect piece of video equipment, and thank you for reading my blog.