Old 06-07-19, 07:15 AM
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beachball42
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post

Trying some stabilization. It doesn't work too well because the camera is shaking fast enough it's kind of aliased with the frame rate. But it's an improvement for sure. The compression is still terrible.
Darth, I've done some filming myself and use a GoPro Hero Session 5. What I find works the best is actually the Chest mount. Anything mounted to the frame of the bike just picks up too much vibration. With the chest mount, my body seems to soften the vibration so I get pretty smooth footage. I've never tried a helmet mount because I turn my head to much and what I am trying to capture is really the path a head. Looks like you might be on a recumbent bike so not sure if a chest mount would work or not but something to try.
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