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        01-13-2014, 06:45 AM
      #11
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by churumbeque    
    I think that could be a really good training tool also I watch the one where the writer was jumping in the writer kept looking down where she should be looking ahead where she's going I would might really help her later on to know what she's doing wrong
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    I think in that video that camera was on their shirt or something, not on their helmet. It seemed off for it to be on the helmet?
         
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        01-13-2014, 02:10 PM
      #12
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Hang on Fi    
    I love mine, the hubby got it a couple years ago. So worth the investment!

    10/25 Assateague Fun on GoPro - YouTube

    GoPro Fi II - YouTube
    So your videos come out really nice/clear/crisp.....mine are too but jerky? Do you have a link where they have info on this?
         
        01-13-2014, 05:21 PM
      #13
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Thunderspark    
    So your videos come out really nice/clear/crisp.....mine are too but jerky? Do you have a link where they have info on this?
    How do you have it mounted? That's a big part of it.

    Hubby mounted mine to my helmet with zip ties drawn up very tight. I have a harness now for the helmet, just haven't had the chance to use it. The zip ties have gotten loose in their use and it makes a big difference as I've noticed my videos have acquired some "bobbing" noise when I canter.

    As for crispness when I edit my videos I format them in the highest range so the quality is good. The one where you can hear me talking to her over the ground poles was just a raw upload (no edits or anything).
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        01-13-2014, 06:43 PM
      #14
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Hang on Fi    
    How do you have it mounted? That's a big part of it.

    Hubby mounted mine to my helmet with zip ties drawn up very tight. I have a harness now for the helmet, just haven't had the chance to use it. The zip ties have gotten loose in their use and it makes a big difference as I've noticed my videos have acquired some "bobbing" noise when I canter.

    As for crispness when I edit my videos I format them in the highest range so the quality is good. The one where you can hear me talking to her over the ground poles was just a raw upload (no edits or anything).
    Mine is directly mounted onto a helmet with nuts/bolts, I got to play around with the settings or something maybe.......I am going to do some reading up on it and see what I can find.....thanks :)
         

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