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Over the years, we've upgraded those GoPros to newer models, but have remained pretty dissatisfied with the cameras--they just aren't meant to be used for long videos with lots of talking.
The action cameras I've tested have a hard time maintaining a consistent clock over long videos, which isn't a problem when you're recording a ride down a mountainside or your first time skydiving, but when you need to sync separate audio and video tracks, it's a huge pain in the ass that involves stretching the duration on either the audio or the video.
Most action cams also lack viewfinders, so it's difficult to reliably frame your shot, and all this is compounded by the fact that action cameras simply aren't designed for long shoots. The camera have overheated over 40 minutes of runtime, which causes lost or corrupted video.
It isn't a great experience. Our aging Panasonics are tied to the proprietary P2 storage cards, which require a special and very expensive P2 deck to grab footage from. The Sony camera produced great video and integrated easily into my Premiere Pro-based workflow, but it is much more expensive than I was looking for and is frankly overkill for long, static shots.
On paper, inexpensive point and shoot cameras seem like the perfect middle ground between inexpensive action cameras and fixed lens prosumer models. However, it's not an ideal solution either. Enter the Zoom Q8. The Zoom Q8 was designed for exactly the situation we shoot Still Untitled in every week, longer fixed shots where audio is really important.
Zoom specifically calls out podcasters, YouTubers and folks who want to record live music from the audience as potential users of this camera. While I can't speak to the latter, the two former use cases are spot on. I've used the Q8 to record three episodes of Still Untitled , and the results are exactly what I was looking for in this type of camera. The Q8 features a degree field of view on a f2.
It outputs video in a variety of resolutions, up to an odd x 30fps and 24Mbps. While it was interesting to have the extra resolution to enable easy cropping, I found myself using the p 30fps, 24Mbps settings more often than anything else. It's simpler from a workflow perspective, without the need to scale down to p, the mastering and encoding process is much faster. Because the camera is designed to be used by people who may not have a crew to constantly monitor them, the touchscreen flips around to face the direction the camera is pointing, and the status light on the front of the camera flashes when your audio clips.
Unlike most cameras in this price range, the Q8 has a ton of audio flexibility. Like the H6 audio recorder, the Q8's microphone mount uses Zoom's interchangeable capsule system. The stent keeps the ureter open and the urine flowing until the inflammation and swelling resolves.
Why does the stent make me have to urinate so frequently? There are two "pigtail" curls on the stent, one in the kidney and one in the bladder. The curl resting in the bladder will irritate the lining of the bladder and trigger spasms. Bladder spasms give the patient the severe and immediate urge to urinate. Male patients sometimes experience pain at the tip of the penis associated with bladder spasms. Your doctor may prescribe medications to help control bladder spasms after your procedure.
Are there any medications that can help with my stent discomfort? There are several medications that can help, however, until the stent is removed there will always be some discomfort. A medication called Pyridium can help control stent pain. It is taken 3 times a day and should not be taken for more than 3 consecutive days. A class of medications called Anticholinergics can help control the bladder spasms and overactivity associated with a stent.
Examples of these include: Side effects of these medications include dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can do to help relieve stent discomfort?
Stay hydrated and sure your bowels are moving. Many of the pain medications you received before and after your procedure can cause constipation. Your bladder will be more irritated when you are constipated because the colon is very close to it. Use over the counter stool softeners such as Colace or Sennakot. Two tablespoons of milk of magnesia can help as well. How long will the stent need to stay after my procedure?
It depends upon how much work needs to be done to get the stone s out. If the stone is impacted or the ureter needs to be dilated for any reason, then it generally stays for days. If there is minimal trauma to the ureter, then it may only need to stay a few days. Why do I occasionally have blood in my urine after my procedure? Several things can cause the urine to look bloody after stone procedures. Passing stone fragments, inflammation of the ureter, and ureteral stents are the primary causes.
If a stent was left in place, it can irritate the lining of the bladder causing intermittent bloody urine. Activity and dehydration are the two most common causes.
It may last until the stent is removed. Generally it is not dangerous to have blood in the urine. A few drops of blood will make urine look like fruit punch. You may notice dark or black speckles or pieces coming out with bloody urine - these are blood clots and are not dangerous either. The best treatment is to increase hydration with non-caffeinated fluids. Things to be on the lookout for are the inability to urinate and fevers.
If you experience either of these, then call our office as soon as possible. Can I play golf with a ureteral stent in me? HOWEVER, be aware that increased physical activity will lead to increased stent discomfort and likely will result in increased blood in the urine. This is not dangerous. Make sure you stay well hydrated. Can I have intercourse with a ureteral stent in me? I had a PCNL and there is fluid leaking around the tube left in my back. The tube is held in place with a small retention balloon.
Sometimes the balloon blocks urine from flowing down the ureter and it will travel out around the tube. Simply reinforce the dressing. The leakage usually stops days after the tube is removed and the incision starts to heal. I am currently trying to pass a stone.
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