Discussion in 'GoPro Cameras' started by WillygLounge, Mar 19, 2014.
I do own the Black edition. Thanks for your suggestion
I saw a video the other day on youtube. That guy makes tons of GoPro videos. He said if you can have something stationary in the frame it looks a lot more stable. For example on his head mount he gets the camera angles so the top of his helmet visor is in the shot. If you watch the same video with and without the helmet in the shot the one without looks more shakey. It's just an illusion but it helps. Not sure what you could use with the chest mount though that would be stationary in the shot.
I'd agree with that. A couple years ago when I first started using helmet cams I would try to keep the helmets out of frame. I no longer do that as it gives your eyes something to fix on.
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