GoPro Footage from Stellwagen Bank Fish Collection!

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Don't forget to watch in HD! I know this is a photo forum... but I also do video sometimes :)


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Not bad, but it made me a little nauseous. I'm not sure if it is the wide angle itself or if it is the wide angle and movement combo?
 

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Why not use your SLR for video? Personally I'm not a fan of the "constant fisheye" gopro videos, especially when you get in close. Beyond that, it looks like it was a fun trip.
 
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Why not use your SLR for video? Personally I'm not a fan of the "constant fisheye" gopro videos, especially when you get in close. Beyond that, it looks like it was a fun trip.

For many reasons;

1) I'm not a videographer, and the GoPro is super simple to use.
2) My dslr is not waterproof
3) I can't attach my dslr to everything or anything effortlessly.
4) GoPro's included software is nice and user friendly, for a non-video guy.
5) lots more reasons I can find I'm sure/

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Why not use your SLR for video? Personally I'm not a fan of the "constant fisheye" gopro videos, especially when you get in close. Beyond that, it looks like it was a fun trip.

For many reasons;

1) I'm not a videographer, and the GoPro is super simple to use.
2) My dslr is not waterproof
3) I can't attach my dslr to everything or anything effortlessly.
4) GoPro's included software is nice and user friendly, for a non-video guy.
5) lots more reasons I can find I'm sure/

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I'm not a videographer either, but when I make videos, I use my SLR. I have an "action cam" but I never use it, it's too limiting.
What, that D800 isn't waterproof? Say it ain't so!
Attaching to things effortlessly, sure. Gorrillapod Pro Focus, or maybe just a super clamp. ;)
You can edit video in Lr (take a keyframe into the develop module, then apply the setting to the whole segment). When it comes to splicing there are a lot of cheap/free options.
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