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    Testing the GO PRO HD in low light conditions

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=223Jld5aV4Q[/youtube]



    Watch in HD!!!!



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    RE: Testing the GO PRO HD in low light conditions

    Cool vid especially on the 540!

    Could you post a picture of how you mounted the camera when it was rear facing? The rear facing video is solid. Neat angle to shoot from.

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    RE: Testing the GO PRO HD in low light conditions

    let me run down to the basement a snap a photo for you
    you will never guess how it is mounted....high tech stuff!

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    RE: Testing the GO PRO HD in low light conditions

    OK, here it is. Dont tell anyone my secret! lol

    I just used one of the mounts that came with the camera. the 3m backing is some of the sturdiest around. I have a tracking beakon that is attached to it in the event it falls off during flight. I was, however, thinking of using some small bolts on the cg and making an aluminum frame that sits off the body to help reduce vibration. but for now, i fly with the mount on and accationally try to get some video. I could just as easy reinforce under the mount to stiffen it up as well.

    Slowing the video down in editing programs smooth it out alot though!


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    RE: Testing the GO PRO HD in low light conditions

    Awesome Shaun! Don't worry, your secret is safe with me . Thanks for sharing.

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