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Old 10 September 2012, 23:59   #1
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Entering Portpatrick Harbour

Here is another one of my experimental vids.

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Great quality vid, Brian, what cam/mount set-up do you have?

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Brill day and video ex quality.

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Old 11 September 2012, 08:54   #4
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Ribstore,

I have a GoPro 2 HD in an expanded GP housing with the remote control module. It is mounting facing tp port on my A-frame.
i use Windows Live Movie Maker as a) I am a tightwad and b) I cant get the hang of GP software.
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Sounds like you have a flappy lanyard fitted or haven't put the soft rubber damper in the mount
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You may be right but I think that at v. slow revs the A-frame juddered a bit.
I have since fixed this by inserting a thin strip of rubber behind the camera in it's expanded housing.
This has cured the problem permanently.
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The quality of the video is outstanding, thanks for posting
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