Video clip plays a considerable role in your motovlogging, so you'll need an exceptional cam.
You want to prevent a sincere rookie mistake of just looking for a device with the greatest resolution. As opposed to that, pay additional attention to other elements:
Field of view -- Activity video...
Saw this product and thought it might appeal to those vloggers who use the Gopro Mic Adapter Dongle so that you can have it securely mounted with the camera rather than off to the side with velcro or what have you.
Really good time learning to do this tonight. The sound from the 360 mic was atrocious with the wind, so I took it all out and subbed in the music.
I hear this is best viewed with a vr headset, but one could scroll around with your fingers, or mouse arrow.
So, my neck has been killing me the last couple of weeks triggering migraines. We had a long ride to shoot for the chapter. I decided to wear my chest mount but forgot to add another link to compensate for the lower saddle.
So here is what I ended up with footage wise....
I've posted a new video yesterday trying a bunch of stuff based on your suggestions and a bit of research. I now have a new camera angle showing more of the environment (now shooting in 1080p60 SuperView), I've moved my microphone again and added a chin curtain, so wind noise shouldn't...
No, I'm not a peeping tom.
I'm experimenting with some new camera angles as I move into a different style/genre of vlogging, and I'd love to get the POV camera happening as an additional view I can cut to in videos.
I've experimented with a gopro-on-a-hat and it's worked great for some things...
Do you use the default color settings and let the camera do everything for you? Or do you record without anything done in camera and color grade in post?
It seems like color grading would add a lot of time into your work flow.
Anyone else out there have this helmet? I'm having trouble finding a mounting location. This helmet have angles along the areas that would normally be smooth. Which is keeping the gopro mount from sticking to the surface.
i think I can guess the answers but lets see what people are using, action camera wise
Use this format please
Main camera is
Sena 10c. For me it's just easy to use everyday and practical for everyday use.
Downside is that it's quite hard to switch between settings on the device and a...
hey guys. Been riding for about 5+ years now. I want to be able to video my adventures. I have no idea where to start. I have a 2015 Harley Street 750, no aftermarket yet. Looking to put a forward facing and rider facing camera, also a mic (just a phone holder right now on the handlebars). What...
If you use the same camera in multiple applications it may be worth marking the mount with the alignment point for each use.
I run mine in my car and that is easy to align but on my bike even with a screen it can be a pain to know exactly where to angle it if it gets knocked etc.
This is what I have in mind for a video-recording set-up on my bike. I'm not initially intending to vlog or publish - I just want to record video & voice audio on some of my rides for now. I want an integrated system for all my comms & video stuff, preferably all controlled from a hub of...
I currently have this bundle listed on eBay, but I'd be happy to deal outside of eBay to avoid fees. Got a new GoPro setup that isn't compatible with the Hero3 ecosystem.
Looking for $400 for everything. Located in West Los Angeles area.
eBay item number: 172394989061
Ok shifted is a nice way to say my camera fell the fuck off. so i remounted it but i did so in a different position. now its lower and more forward of my helmet just under the visor on the right side. before it was attached behind my visor on the right side and angled out to the right about 15...
Got my Sena prism tube from Revzilla today. Having a bit of trouble with the audio, but I think I need to wrap the microphone like I did with the previous one. I'm still experimenting, but the video is good and it seems much more solid than the el cheapo "no pro" I had before. I've posted an...
This just came across a local riders FB group I'm on. Motovlogger RPSTV heard a crash behind him, then witnessed the hit and run. He took off after the runner and got his plate and the driver's face on video.
Then he went back to the scene of the crime, swapped contact info with the victim...
I've heard mixed answers on this guy's. Does the hero 5 not have external mic capabilities?
I can't imagine them ever putting it back on the gopro if this one doesn't have it. I don't think it's to widely used in the professional environment either.
so is this the end for gopro and...
Harley's are noisy but there are some sounds that really need to be paid attention to. So I kept hearing my bike sing and one dealer missed the problem during a front tire change.
I took it to a second dealer . . .
Be sure to get your bike checked if you hear this.
Curious too find out whats the favorite angles you like videos to be in while doing vlogs(not scenery or bike showings).
I do understand it all comes down to editing but I like it when it changes from infront to helmet etc, but i've seen alot of plastic mounted cameras aswell on the fenders etc =)
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