Whoa, this is how I always want to watch this sport.
Neat little trick that I’ve always done with my DSLR, but for some reason never really thought to do for my GoPro footage.
This is neat. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of how the STABiLGO (a now-cancelled Kickstarter project) takes a GoPro camera and counter-balances it so that you can move in just about any direction while filming without the camera tilting wildly to the left and right. This would be great for tracking while biking or skating.
This guy attached a GoPro Hero 3 to a spinning ceiling fan and used it to record video at 240fps to make a cheap DIY camera rig for bullet-time effects (just like in The Matrix). Check out the video below on how he did it.
This is a pretty great setup using the Pelican 1500 Case. Everything in one place and securely stored. Is it sad that I have enough GoPro accessories and cameras to actually make use of this giant case?
I’m pretty disatisfied with my GoPole. What I thought was a great investment for extending the reach of my GoPro turned out to be a real dud. Shoddy construction and not even a month of good use before it started loosening up and unlocking randomly. If you’re in the market for a GoPro extension, I […]