On this page you will find the following popular sports related items:
- America’s Funniest Home Videos: Sports Spectacular
- Kinect Sports
- Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) HD Waterproof Pocket Video Camera (Black) NEWEST MODEL
- The Case of the Basketball Video (Sports Mystery)
- Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game
- ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY: The Business of Music, Books, Movies, TV, Radio, Internet, Video Games, Theater, Fashion, Sports, Art, Merchandising, Copyright, Trademarks & Contracts
- Amazing Sports Bloopers
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America’s Funniest Home Videos: Sports Spectacular
Armchair athletes and weekend warriors unite to provide enough laughs to work up a sweat. There’s more fun here than a groin hit, and some of that too. Includes a bonus episode with a 0,000 season finale.
Rating: (out of 3 reviews)
List Price: $ 9.99
Price: $ 2.00
Turn your living room into a world-class stadium, bowling alley, soccer pitch or arena. With Kinect Sports you’re not only the star player, you are the controller through the magic of Kinect for Xbox 360. See a ball? Kick it. Spike it. Even give it a little top spin.
- Kick to Score
- Return with power
- Hurdle to the gold
List Price: $ 49.99
Price: $ 45.80
Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) HD Waterproof Pocket Video Camera (Black) NEWEST MODEL
Kodak HD ZX3 Pocket Video Camera Blk–Like the Zi8, you’ll be able capture HD video in 1080p or 720p, shoot 5-megapixel still images, and easily share your creations on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. However, what’s interesting about the PlaySport is that you can take this thing underwater (up to 10 feet). While we’ve seen other pocket camcorders that do this, the Zx3 is arguably the first mainstream model to offer this feature.
- Waterproof up to 10 ft. (3 m)
- Full 1080p HD video
- Electronic image stabilization
- Brilliant 2.0 in. color display
- Capture 5 megapixel HD stills (16:9)
Rating: (out of 496 reviews)
List Price: $ 149.00
Price: Too low to display
Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) HD Waterproof Pocket Video Camera (Black) NEWEST MODEL Reviews
Review by Mason Winterhalter:
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3CVENCPX9P9WG I shot this using the Kodak PlaySport while snorkeling off of Ixtapa, Mexico. The water wasn’t the clearest, but I did get pretty good results. It looked really great in the pool. It also looks great above water! I use it at my son’s baseball games and I have been amazed at the quality. Hands down the best thing about this camera is the size. It’s so easy to slip in a pocket and just carry around. Great little vacation camera. My only complaint is that the control wheel is a little small. I would often accidentally stop recording while trying to zoom in or out. You get used to it though and it is a minor annoyance. I highly recommend this camera.
Review by D. Wylie:
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3E0TCWWZSVVKE OK lets start off with this camera is 9 keep that in mind.
The 5.3MP still photos are fairly good, not to bad, but remember this is a video camera first
a dedicated 5MP still photo camera will take much better photos, but again hey these aren’t to shabby it just depends on what your trying to do. Quick shots here and there…excellent and better than any cell phone I’ve had. At a wedding where you want crystal clear and sharp photos….well not so much.
The HD video camera is pretty nice, easy to use and I was just stunned at the digital zoom.
It actually works and works well, not to blocky or grainy…more so at the extreme 4x level but at 2x to about 3x the camera compensated nicely and actually cleared up the image…not sure how they do it, but they do.
As others have noted, with rapid movement of the camera you will notice your image jumps or shakes.
Now remember what I told you to keep in mind 9. Yes it does have that little “feature”, but it’s not
a 9 video camera with a higher quality lens and CCD. Slow down, don’t go from left to right or up and
down at 100MPH and it’s not bad. Moving images within the video are fine, it’s just if you move the camera
itself very rapidly you will notice it.
I tried the 3 HD video modes, and it also has a standard resolution mode as well that I did not try.
I compared all 3 with and with out the image stabilization on which did not seem to improve or degrade the
image at all.
At 720p 30 fps – Not to bad, noticed the jumpyness or shakyness of the image as I moved left to right in my test,
but slow down and it’s not to bad.
At 720p 60 fps – Now were getting better, really not bad at all, again not 0 video camera good, but
pretty darn nice, and clearer and the shakyness of the video smoothed out a bunch, again slow down in your
movements for best quality.
At 1080p 30fps – Nice quality…really nice, but the jumpyness of the video is back, you have to take it a bit
slower but nice quality all in all.
I did not try the underwater mode, but assume it works as advertised everything else has so far.
Now I throughly loved the fact that there are no CD’s with this camera, nothing in the box to load.
You simply plug in the provided USB cable and the software…every bit of it and all the drivers you need for
the camera are built right in and install on your PC from the camera…this is an excellent feature, I always
misplace the CD’s and have to download from the website anyhow.
Speaking of downloading from the website … this camera is flash upgradeable with new firmware I went to the
Kodak website and found that there was an upgrade I could download to correct a few minor anomalies that they
found…cool so hopefully this camera gets even more corrections in the near future and maybe a feature update
I also loved the fact that ALL the cables came with the camera. HDMI, USB, and Component video cables…
All of them… they can charge you at least for each individual cable, but they give them to you with
the camera for 9, now how great is that ?!?!
As at least one other reviewer has said, yes – there is no case or protective sleeve that comes with the camera,
but I would take the cables over a case anyday, you know what ever they included it wouldn’t be what you wanted.
Either they gave you a sleeve and you wanted a case for your accessories or they gave you a case and you didn’t
want to carry all the accessories so you go out and buy yourself a protective sleeve or pouch. So just go get what you want …
I myself purchased the Kodak Case that Amazon recommended to me …. also a nice purchase, perfect size not to big,
not to small and has a little accessory area that you can carry one of the cables and a spare battery if you need.
This camera feels rugged and well built. It’s easy to use, lots of features like image stabilization and face
tracking, it comes with all the cables, free software that’s always with you in the camera, and costs only 9.
So not to bad at all, and my conclusion is this if your looking for a sharp and crisp still photo camera drop the
0 just for that and buy one, if your looking for a excellent video quality camera drop the 0 just for that
and buy one. But….If your looking for a pretty nice, simple and decent quality camera that does it all and
is rugged enough to go out in the rain or underwater drop 9 and buy this one.
I’ve included a video I compiled and edited down to show the different resolutions and the photos. Keep in mind
that while your viewing that this is an flv file and the actual quality that the camera will give you will be
much higher than what I was able to upload to Amazon, meaning you’ll get better quality than what you see on here.
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The Case of the Basketball Video (Sports Mystery)
Videotaping a rivaling team’s attempts to cheat during a game, Bryan O’Malley and the Sonics try to tell the skeptical referee, and when the tape is stolen, three sketchy clues are their only hope of proving their accusations.
List Price: $ 2.99
Price: $ 4.99
Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game
Use this set of wireless motion-controlled accessories to swing, roll, putt, serve and pass your way through five all-star sports challenges. Sports includes bowling, tennis, baseball, golf and football, and each game is accompanied by its corresponding sports accessory. TV Game includes the following motion controllers: bowling ball, tennis racket, baseball bat, golf club and football. Requires 2 “AAA” batteries and 4 “AA” batteries, not included.Play your favorite sports like a pro with the Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports video game. This fun and entertaining interactive video game will have your five- to 10-year-old child hitting home runs like a champ, tossing a football like a quarterback, and acing their opponents on the tennis court in no time flat.
The game controllers look like real sports equipment. View larger. What We Think
(what this means)
The Good: Allows you to control the sports action with your own movements
The Bad: Requires a lot of space for play
In a Nutshell: Gives young kids the chance to practice their favorite sports moves At a Glance
Ages: 5 and up
Requires: Two AAA batteries, four AA batteries and a television
Let The Games Begin!
With the Swing Zone Sports video game, your child can get right in the middle of the action. The set-up is simple, and with five different sports challenges to choose from, the fun will last for hours . To get started, simply insert two AAA batteries into the game controller, four AA batteries into the game console, and hook it up to your television with the AV cable provided. Give your child plenty
- Use your wirless motion controller to swing, roll and throw your way through five exciting sports and video games
- Features bowling, golf, tennis, baseball and football
- Get in the game with add-on accessories and now you are really part of the action onscreen
- Plug n play technology hence no console or additional software needed
- Great for kids and adults
Rating: (out of 134 reviews)
List Price: $ 74.99
Price: $ 31.99
Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game Reviews
Review by Tennille Infante:
I bought this item for my in-laws. They love to play the wii bowling when they are over our house. They originally wanted to buy a wii but not worth the money to them because they only like the bowling game. We bought this as an alternative for them. I just got it today and decided to test it out with my husband before we give it to them as a christmas gift. Set up was easy, add batteries, plug and play!!! No problems with the remote sync. We tested all the games and they were fun. I think my father-in-law will like the bowling game alot. I did press the sync button on the console by mistake thinking it was the power button and needed to re-sync the remote. I followed the instructions on the back of the console and had no problems. Overall, very easy, great for kids and adults. I would purchase again.
Review by Gregory J. Snyder:
This is actually a fun toy. I’ve played with it for a few days now, and I’m actually pretty pleased with it given the price. No, it’s not a Wii. It’s a toy that costs about 1/10th of a Wii. So no direct comparisons should be made. And with that said, this game unit still has some really fun game play. It’s meant to be a toy, not a serious gaming platform.
I’ve read a few complaints about syncing the remote with the base unit. It’s quite easy, and I’ve not had a single problem. The complainers either were using old batteries or so technologically inept that the touch-tone phone is still a new concept for them. Turn the base unit “on”; Press “A” on the remote. Done!
All the (5) sporting games are fun, and they’re all quite unique from each other. (1) Golf: The course is a bit boring–but the wind strength and direction make it interesting. (2) Bowling. (What can I say? It’s bowling! But there is “bumper bowling” for the wee-ones.) (3) Tennis. (One player.) Probably my least favorite, because I stink at it (4) Home-Run Derby. (5) Football: (A game of accuracy, as you throw a football through moving targets.)
Set-up was easy. My “gripes” (word used loosely) is that the sound is only mono (not stereo), and there’s only one remote (so there’s no head-to-head game play). But with that said–these guys had to cut costs somewhere, so I see these offenses as passable. Buy a “Y” RCA splitter, and tell the kids to share. (Some games have 2-player mode, others do not.)
For the money (approximately 1/10th of a Wii), this is a great little purchase. It’s great for occasional use, and for non-serious gamers. And considering how many other parents I know who have Wii’s on shelves (unused) collecting dust–this is a great niche product that’s perfect for a lot of people.
Buy Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game now for only $ 31.99!
ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY: The Business of Music, Books, Movies, TV, Radio, Internet, Video Games, Theater, Fashion, Sports, Art, Merchandising, Copyright, Trademarks & Contracts
The entertainment industry is a multi-billion dollar business that showcases the work, services, talent, and creativity of a cross-section of the international workforce. The modern entertainment industry is the convergence of the business of music, books, movies, television, radio, Internet, video games, theater, fashion, sports, art, merchandising, copyright, trademarks, and contracts. Employment opportunities abound in this vibrant, eclectic and exciting universe – open to anyone willing to learn and work diligently with creative enthusiasm. To be on the cutting edge of this ever-changing industry, one must possess an in-depth knowledge of the many areas that converge to form modern show business. Entertainment lovers of all ages will enjoy this engaging overview of an evolving industry; from its basic and traditional roots to today’s exciting technological innovations that rapidly and constantly influence the entertainment we enjoy. Experience a fascinating and enthralling odyssey while exploring dozens of artistic disciplines that can lead to success in the international entertainment field. A spotlight shines on a variety of business options, specific endeavors, crucial information, general knowledge, detailed advice, and the art of negotiating entertainment agreements. Discover the different types of jobs and careers available in the entertainment industry and the effective tools used to produce & market products. Learn the fundamental and essential provisions of publishing & intellectual property, including! deal-making and standard contracts used by professionals in the entertainment industry. ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY is the second in a series of books dealing with the entertainment business by author, musician, radio host, entertainment lawyer, and historian Mark Vinet. It offers an in-depth study and detailed analysis of the diverse, colorful, and creative art forms that fill the leisure and recreational time of North Americans. This book contains the author’s personal entertainment industry rules, tenets, advice, principles, opinions, philosophies, and concepts developed over a thirty-year career
Rating: (out of 3 reviews)
List Price: $ 9.95
ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY: The Business of Music, Books, Movies, TV, Radio, Internet, Video Games, Theater, Fashion, Sports, Art, Merchandising, Copyright, Trademarks & Contracts Reviews
Review by Designer:
Bought this book because I’m starting a new job in merchandising. This is really only an introduction read. 14 topics are discussed on less than 140 pages, that’s about 2 pg per topic.
If you are a student or casual reader looking for an overview of the E industry – great book. If you are a professional I have to repeat that this book is really only a brief overview without depth.
Still, if you’re interested in the E industry, Mark Vinet gives you a good comprehensive read. * * * *
Review by Meg:
I kept falling asleep when I read this book. Although the author stresses that it’s just a preliminary glimpse at the entertainment industry, I think he could at least make it more fun to read. I felt like I was reading a dictionary.
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Amazing Sports Bloopers
The Amazing Video Bloopers DVD features over 2 hours of thrills, spills and laughs. Watch some of the craziest plays and stunts from the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA and NASCAR in this great DVD.
Rating: (out of 2 reviews)
List Price: $ 7.98
Price: $ 3.01
Amazing Sports Bloopers Reviews
Review by J. Brantley:
This is just old, I mean VERY OLD, tv blooper shows joined together. My friends and I watching were not familiar with any of the “stars” mentioned they were so old. I’m not sure of the dates, but looks like 60′s and 70′s teams and players. The basketball shorts are short-shorts. The sports sequence opening the DVD shows soccer among the types of sports bloopers; however, there are no other soccer segments. To be fair, soccer is not listed on the menu at the beginning.
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