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Jacob Aspler

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  1. Thank for all the feedback, Robert, to your question, the bike's will be varied, the majority of footage would be captured on road bikes on asphalt turf. A minority will be shot on MTB in off-road and trail terrain. Neal - thanks for the video - definitely too shaky for our needs, but its good to see what the suspension is able to do (and what I cannot do) the challenge here is to capture video that has the feel like a copter steadicam shot with footage running 75min to 90mins uninterrupted. I'll go and check out pinkbike.com thanks for the website. Martin - This looks like it may do the deed. very cool - it reminds me of the kickstarter based ghost steadicam, but much more compact - this may be the ticket. Markus - do you know of any example video's with this setup I could check out? It still sounds like we're talking running everything through post or is a vibration plate able to remove all of the shake?
  2. Hello, I came here to ask for advice. I am beginning a project which would require me to record very smooth video from POV of a person ridding a bike. The video would be captured via a gopro - but unlike the usual head / chest mounted setup, I am trying to lock the POV to the front wheel / handlebar orientation to the road. We are trying to eliminate any framing effects of moving body posture on the person on the bike. The easy option is to mount the camera directly to the handle bar, but would a stability system make a big difference for post production as we also need the final footage to run smooth. Also to keep in mind, we will be shooting A LOT of footage (100's hrs), so I need to factor this into cost - dose a custom / specialized system offset post production cost? Thanks for your input.
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