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    First Helmet Camera Footage

    Filmed by a friend riding behind:
    http://www.VholdR.com/node/41422

    With camera on captains helmet:
    http://www.VholdR.com/node/41279

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    I'm guessing that the camera isn't quite showing the decent as it truly is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjensen
    Filmed by a friend riding behind:
    http://www.VholdR.com/node/41422

    With camera on captains helmet:
    http://www.VholdR.com/node/41279
    Ha ha! Your chase camera needs to trade in his rigid singlespeed for something that can keep up.

    I like the non-distorted view - no fish-eye. Is that a standard FOV?

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    Hey Fleas,
    The camera is a VholdR CountourHD and I've thus far only been recording in HD mode. Great little camera for the price.

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    PMK,
    Pretty steep, rutted and loose - the camera does not reflect actual grades well when worn by the captain. Better relevance when worn by a chase rider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjensen
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    Pretty steep, rutted and loose - the camera does not reflect actual grades well when worn by the captain. Better relevance when worn by a chase rider.
    I could tell it had some vert to it on account of the ruts. Wish we had terrain like that nearby. I love riding hardpack with ruts but am stuck to mostly being a sand rider.

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    Nice vids! We started to shoot films this spring and found that someone needs to be riding in front of the camera in order to get the feel of a trail. When someone is shooting us (a video:-) we needed to ride slower than usual and have the stoker occasionally look back to back to make sure we’re not dropping them. Thanks for posting them!
    Arly a tandem Nerd, Who rides them, loves them, so we sell them. superiortandems.com

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