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Old 19 June 2012, 00:59   #31
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76NM cruise around Anglesey video GO, GOPRO you'll catch all the rocky moment's with GOPRO
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That's a good one for you Hadd .... Just remember the BS as you in their sights next
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We will be using Veho Muvi cameras on the Round Britain trip - similar to GoPro but with a small lcd screen on the back as a viewfinder and remote controls they promise to make life easier.
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which one out of interest? The brackets don't look very substantial on the veho website, or are you making your own?
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The drift x 170 HD as remote control plus you can zoom in which is something the GoPro cant do
Im hoping yo get some good video of you Saturday cookee
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which one out of interest? The brackets don't look very substantial on the veho website, or are you making your own?
We used two of the Muvi HD cameras with these mounts for a days filming in Southampton and they were great - they are actually very similar to the GoPro mounts and certain parts are interchangeable which is a real bonus!

The cradle mounts are fine for inside (we have a roof on our boat!) and the waterproof casings use the GoPro style mounts - we will post some Round Britain videos the first opportunity we get but it will depend on WiFi connections and editing time!
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The Muvi cameras have a zoom as well! We'll use these
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We used two of the Muvi HD cameras with these mounts for a days filming in Southampton and they were great - they are actually very similar to the GoPro mounts and certain parts are interchangeable which is a real bonus!

The cradle mounts are fine for inside (we have a roof on our boat!) and the waterproof casings use the GoPro style mounts - we will post some Round Britain videos the first opportunity we get but it will depend on WiFi connections and editing time!
that looks better, only spotted the one on waterproof cover page. Have to give it a go, cheers
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The Muvi cameras have a zoom as well! We'll use these
hi cookee. Does the suction mount for the Muvi camera do a full 360 degree turn where the camera fits on ?
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Looks alot of bang for the buck.
Can be mounted to A frames and rails etc with various brackets. Takes pretty decent footage

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