03-15-2017 11:35 PM
Why not give this details from the beginning ... 10ms = 100Hz = 50fps
So ... where's the problem? You can use any resolution which captures at 50fps.
But as I said alreday: update rate of Hero 5 GPS data is for sure not in this range. And, I'm still keen to know which GPS receiver gives you such a high update rate. If I where you I would use a RTK based solution, allowing me to get centimeter precisission rather than lot's of averaged position data at high update rate.
You may want to have a look at Dashware, bought be GoPro 1 or 2 years ago: http://www.dashware.net
This should give you an idea what you can do (although not all gauges are supported in the 'GoPro version' afik).
Best thing is: buy a camera, do some test videos and then have a look at the captured sensor data. You will have to get the camera anyhow.
03-16-2017 09:57 AM
Thanks for the info. Thought about your question on the GPS time report. Typically it is reported every 2 seconds which then can be used as a sync for timing for the data collection device or just logged. The post processing of the data then can breakdown the resolution and mapping will be updated on a 2 second resolution.
Seems, as you say, the best thing to do is get a hold of one and play with it and see what I can figure out.