GoPro using handlebar mount
Here is an example of the GoPro (a Hero2) mounted on the handlebar near the stem on a Trek 3500 Disc using the GoPro handelbar mount.
This video also utilizes the youtube anti-shake. Short version for those still on 56k .......... even the youtube anti-shake can't remove it.
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Last edited by danpass; 04-22-2012 at 09:04 PM.
Trek 3500 disc
holy friggin jello effect... is that from the anti vib ?
handle bar mounts are about the worse place to shoot from as every bit of shake comes through.
pretty clear though when shooting the jet skis...
I had the same problem
you're probably better off mounting to helmet or chest
Possibly the worst "anti-shake" I've ever seen. Anti-shake is tolerable in very short sections at best. The best anti-shake is the mechanical type (ie. how its mounted). After all the different mounting arrangements I tried, I prefer the chest mount.
What mode are you shooting in?
ps. That's not how you normally ride Markham park is it?
From 3:38 look like some weird trippy cartoon
Seriously, avoid the handlebar mount and especially yt's stabilization.
Try fixed frame mount or chesty mount and recording in 720p@60fps...