Thursday, June 28, 2012

Experimenting with giving the client a spare Helmet camera

I have been thinking about doing this for a long time, even buying new camera equipment - the ones which record on to flash drives.
Well I found a spare camcorder, bullet camera and some batteries and gave it a go.
The client was up for it, but I wasn't very confident as I hadn't thought of a way to fix the bullet camera to the clients helmet.  Camcorder and power suplly, not isuues .  Bum bag.....

Managed to get some footage, but bullet camera moved and my camera was playing up.  I wasn't happy with the quality.
Well I have put some footage together on Youtube and need some feedback.....Which example works best ?
When I got home, found a better camera mount and sorted my camera set up, look forward to trying it again

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