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    DH trail helmetcam video

    A helmetcam video of mine of a section of fun flowy DH trail...

    http://www.weridebikes.com/

    A whole bunch more DH helmetcam footage and other trail vids will be available on the new site, hopefully not too far away!

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    Pretty good!

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    Hey thanks Noonie - I know its nothing too extreme, but its a fun section of trail!

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    Extreme is for those who can afford to replace their camera

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    Hehe good point! I should actually make a protective housing for my helmetcam, as me and my riding buddies have had a few fairly solid crashes while filming - no damage to it yet, but better to be safe than sorry with pricey electronic gizmos!

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    cool.

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    The lipstick cam needs to be pointed up more and the pilot needs to concentrate on absorbing trail shock with their arms and legs and minimizing head movement to reduce the herky-jerkiness of the video.

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    ...and try to ride closer together.


    Otherwise, looks like a fun ride!

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    Which set up are you using. Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve owens
    Which set up are you using. Looks good.
    Yeah its a great camera system - thats actually the lowerend camera model of a couple that we've been testing - we should be making them available once all our testing is complete!

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    As a note on testing systems, I will pass this along. The Canon HV10, while looking ideal, is not. One of the folks in DVInfo pointed out a skydiving video that showed lens element shake. His own testing on a ATV showed the same thing. Great form-factor like the Sony PC1000, but just not well suited for 'extreme' use. He reviews HDV cameras, teaches video and audio, and has the creds to believe. It you want more, PM me and I will send you the link. I had planned to get one, but will now get a Sony HC3 some time in the Spring.

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    sweet

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    Cool clip. What song is that?

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    that trail looks like it flows nice

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