Nick Wey was kind enough to take it out for a spin at Glen Helen.
6/13/2008 5:57 PM
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6/30/2008 7:48 PM
keep on rockin brooo..
6/16/2008 10:17 PM
Not bad pic quality, just needs to be adjusted to really show how BIG that hill is going up and how STEEP it is coming down. It would really be cool to see what it looks like to do that BIG uphill triple crossing over to the REM side....
6/15/2008 11:19 PM
If you read the review on it, that was something that I discussed, and gave some hints on how to align it correctly.
6/15/2008 7:27 AM
No "Wey" he is looking that far down, just a little adjustment needed....
6/14/2008 11:06 AM
All the gopro videos I've seen haven't been that great, it seems like the frame rate is really low or something.
Here's a helmet camera that i DO like, watch this video:
That one looks perfect.
6/14/2008 3:57 AM
Ya if it wasnt pointing so far down it would be great. But I got to tired of looking at the ground, made my head hurt...
6/13/2008 11:30 PM
the camera is mis-aligned. It's pointed too far down.
6/13/2008 11:13 PM
Yeah, I caught myself doing the same thing. My neck started to hurt.
6/13/2008 9:46 PM
I want to keep looking up at this angle.