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Thread: Easy ride, bad helmet cam angle...

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    Senior Member socalnative's Avatar
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    Easy ride, bad helmet cam angle...

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    I didn't think the camera angle was too bad. I like to see how the bike is reacting on a given terrain. Maybe mount the camera lower to get more of the trail and the front wheel.
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    thanks for posting
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    Your video and camera angle looks fine. There is some advertisement on the bottom half that's annoying. Cant seem to delete it. Other than that good video.
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    Fun ride in the snow...mostly snow anyway. Roads reminded me of a ridge I've ridden on during our hunting season.

    I personally like to see more of the trail up ahead versus the front fender but yours ain't that bad a'tall! Most helmet mounted camera's don't lend them to both a view of the motorcycle and the trail ahead. Chest mounts are good on a smooth trail but when it gets rough we viewers get a whole lot of handlebar view and not much trail. Gotta compromise somewhere. Nice to see new video blood! Thanks
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    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Thanks for posting.

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