Filson Bronco Wildland Firecrew Concept - a closer look video

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Bimini can be velcroed at the back. Hopefully this is part of the bimini on B&P!
 

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That grill is flat black. Unlike the carbonized grey (BL) and gloss black (WT).

For grills I like carbonized grey the most
 

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Bronco Nation and their fine videos strike again
For those who don't want to waste 5 minutes of their life, wait for the very few usable screen grabs.

The presenter is in focus and so far away from the vehicle that what isn't blocked by the presenter's head is very blurry.
The presenter then actually says: Let's take a closer look at the Bronco.

~ Video shows a 3 second side shot too close to see anything important. ~

They then go back to the first shot and the presenter yaps for another minute or so.
All while gesticulating wildly like a motivational speaker on stage, instead of proper constrained, slow motions used for TV.
 

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Are they purposely making the camera-work shitty to pretend like they’re just Bronco enthusiasts who happen to have access to cool bronco stuff? What’s with the camera zooming in on things the narrator isn’t talking about? Have they heard of a gimbal?

I’d love to know what Jackson Dawson is getting paid for this because whatever it is it’s too much. I know 16 year old kids who shoot cars for extra cash that do better work than this. Looks like someone bought a really expensive camera and stuck it in the hands of people with zero training.

*I try to stay pretty positive here but the whole Bronco Nation thing is just laughable at this point. You want to create some sort of weird guerrilla marketing hoax to drive growth? Fine, but at least do a good job of it.
 
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Video quality aside, and whether it's a publicity stunt or not, I'm all for helping the Wildland Firefighters accomplish their mission. The job they do is no joke and , having spent a little time around them and Smoke Jumpers, I tip my hat to them all.
 

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Video production gripes:

1. Again, they really need to do their talent a solid and provide them with a script.

2. Having the host discuss the confusion around, and differences between, the Hero and Aux switches... and then never actually insert b-roll of the Hero or Aux switches... amateur hour.
 

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OP thanks for posting and you're right a very important mission these men and women do each and every year.

My father was named after his uncle who, among other things, was a smoke jumper in the 1930's in California.
 

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2. Having the host discuss the confusion around, and differences between, the Hero and Aux switches... and then never actually insert b-roll of the Hero or Aux switches... amateur hour.
Hero switches: Durable and waterproof
Aux switches: Harder. Up top and not on top.

Got it. That clears it right up.
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