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  1. #1
    Miami, FL
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    Mar 2012

    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 08:04 PM.
    Trek 3500 disc

  2. #2
    Trail Tire TV on blogger
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    Oct 2007
    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...
    Going to try and bring Trail Tire TV back. go take a look...

  3. #3
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    Dec 2011
    I had the same problem
    you're probably better off mounting to helmet or chest

  4. #4
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    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?

  5. #5
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    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...

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