More helmetcam footage from our Reader Holiday in Morzine with Flow MTB.
The accompanying feature appears in Singletrack Magazine Issue 52 – on sale now.
Posted on: September 30, 2009
fozzybear said on September 30, 2009
bit “rough” that video, no background sounds apart from the squealing brake and the camera isn’t very good quality, POV and FOV.
would have expected a little better
Ben_Haworth said on September 30, 2009
I’m having trouble getting the files that the VIO camera records in into iMovie without degrading them through my video format converting application :-/
I figured some video would be better than none but hey ho.
What does POV and FOV mean?
al said on September 30, 2009
One assumes Point of View (ie, where you stuck it) and Field of View (ie, whats in frame).
Personally I like the sound of the ride, rather than some bad music As for quality, its not like you are trying to make a DVD, its a web clip and its perfect for that.
Cheers Mr Banji, a fine 71 second break from my work.
Brunk said on September 30, 2009
flamejob said on September 30, 2009
Maybe less big black stuff…?
Otherwise… I like bike vids whoever made them.. like Brunk said.
As luck would have it we’ve just had the new X170 camera from Drift arrive today. I’ll be giving it a go later this week. Stay tuned to Singletrack.tv folks!
dirtbiker100 said on September 30, 2009
almost exactly the same as my morzine videos. very squealy brakes and very bumpy. the camera doesn’t move in relation to the helmet (full face) but the helmet moves all over the place! need to find a cure for this
flowmtbguy said on October 1, 2009
nice work benji –
the cure for shakey video is a bigger bike. expensive, sure, but smoooooth video will come of it
GreenK said on October 1, 2009
Have you tried MPEG Stream Clip for you video capture/conversion?
NorthCountryBoy said on November 3, 2009
Please do something with that howling brake!
Polo mints. Suck or crunch them?
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