01-07-2018 12:24 PM
The mount is used with just the built in rubber rather than any of the reducers and I’ve got the taller buckle that comes with the mount installed.
Any tips for removing the shake? At the moment the footage is unusable and I get better results from a 4 year old Sony action cam
01-07-2018 12:52 PM
I’m using the vertical buckle. Mount is configured so the buckle base is pointing about 15 degrees off horizontal towards the front of the bike and the buckle thumbscrew set so the camera is vertical. This allows it to easily be turned to face my face as well as the road
Stabilisation is on, protune off and auto low light not available at 30fps.
01-07-2018 01:32 PM
I don't think that the rubber in this is likely to give much dampening. The best place to mount it would be the point that suffers the least jerking about - probably on a head mount as then your entire body would act as a sort of gimbal. You do loose the ability for a selfie this way though.