I am probably more safety conscious than the average rider and I can't imagine doing anything but multiple cameras. My rule of thumb is if the camera is distracting my riding in anyway then it is a problem. As a rider I do everything I can to mitigate risk. I currently have a two camera set up but have thought about getting a cheap third for the purpose you describe.Is it as simple (an potentially dangerous) as holding a camera while riding? Or do you have multiple cameras? One of my favorite channels is Adam Sandoval Rides. He frequently has shots of the landscape as he's riding by, but from the side. I can't imagine whipping out a camera or my phone and recording while I'm riding.
I have a cheap monopod that has a RAM ball that acts as a selfie-style stick. not used much in riding, wife doesn't want to, but it's nice to get the camera places i can't; like underwater, over walls/rocks, closer to animals, etc. I fit it in my saddlebag easy enough.Speaking of the pole. Where the hell do people keep this contraption while they're riding and not recording?
I tried things for the first time they other day. Failed miserably! I need a more powerful laptop to be able to load all footage at once to sync!When ever you start recording with 2 or more cameras, get them both in shot and do 3 claps so you can sync th em easier when editing
Yep, I've been using the clap method and it works great, though just one clap works fine for me. It's been much easier than I expected syncing the dual feeds.When ever you start recording with 2 or more cameras, get them both in shot and do 3 claps so you can sync them easier when editing