Feedback Needed Rode Wireless Go vs GoPro Microphone Adaptor | GoPro Hero 8

HippoDrone

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Getting your in helmet audio right can be an utter pain, even after 4 years I still sometimes struggle to keep old kit running reliably. In this latest video I do an incredibly clean wired setup with the GoPro Hero 8 and also a Bluetooth setup with the Hero 8 and a Rode Wireless Go microphone. Which do you think is better?
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Fool Moon

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As a Californian, i couldn't concentrate on your narrative for the first 2 minutes because of the POV on the left side of the road. It still disorientates me some, plus those arrows in the middle of the road are unique too, kept noticing them. I know and like round-about, but not clockwise.
I'm not looking to narrate while riding yet and my cameras are bike mounted, so a Sena-type upgrade might be needed for clear audio, will need to research.
 
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HippoDrone

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As a Californian, i couldn't concentrate on your narrative for the first 2 minutes because of the POV on the left side of the road. It still disorientates me some, plus those arrows in the middle of the road are unique too, kept noticing them. I know and like round-about, but not clockwise.
I'm not looking to narrate while riding yet and my cameras are bike mounted, so a Sena-type upgrade might be needed for clear audio, will need to research.
Thanks for taking a gander dude :) The world is topsy-turvy in different lands from our own, I hope you were able to come to terms with someone riding on the correct side of the road? :D hahaha :D
If your cameras are bike mounted, then the world is your oyster, as you can mount your mics anywhere if you are not after in helmet audio.

Awesome, really interesting seeing your set up!

Still have some work to do on my own
I am pretty sure, I will have to work on these setups too, we never finish tweeking, as we never get the perfect balance
 

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