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    first footage and video with new gopro

    its a tad shaky which i think is due to the power wheel car and the road. hope its not that shaky on the water.

    this was just a quick edit so i could get a few of the basics down.


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    It all depends on how solid your mounting is. Its not shaky on my skis, but my friend has it mounted on the hood of his FZS and the hood bounces some on the rougher water and the video gets a little shaky. You can also hear the hood rattling around in the audio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    It all depends on how solid your mounting is. Its not shaky on my skis, but my friend has it mounted on the hood of his FZS and the hood bounces some on the rougher water and the video gets a little shaky. You can also hear the hood rattling around in the audio.
    i put a flat mount on the power wheel car and its very thin plastic so with stuff like this i will expect some shake. on the ski though i will have one mount facing the back and another up top so it should be ok.

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    As long as your hood doesn't rattle around you should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    As long as your hood doesn't rattle around you should be fine.

    hood is solid but it wont be attached to the hood at all.

    ive been digging though all my MP3s and have about a dozen to use once i start getting some lake footage. ugh i NEED to ride.

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    It's almost time again. Can't wait to see some lake footage. Just make sure Heather can't see the speedometer this time.

    Were you watching the feed from the gopro via bluetooth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJosh View Post
    It's almost time again. Can't wait to see some lake footage. Just make sure Heather can't see the speedometer this time.

    Were you watching the feed from the gopro via bluetooth?
    hahah no kidding on the speedo... all i heard was slow down for a week LOL.

    yeah even thought i didnt really need to. its got about a 3 second delay but really all i will do with it going forward is checking to see what the camera sees and then turn wifi off.

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