Made some time to put this edit together. A collection of shots captured with the acrylic GoPro pole. All filmed at Whitewater Ski Resort, BC, Canada. Most of the footage is 48fps so the slowmotion stuff came out really nice. The GoPro3 doesn’t seem to like overcast conditions all that much, it was all rather dark and dull looking. Never the less, I’m really happy with how this video turned out. Enjoy.
FLying the DJI Phantom in the local skatepark, Nelson BC.
New images now on 500px.
Snowmobiling out into the Canadian backcountry with Nolan, Darcy and Jay. Photos from the trip can be found here.
Minute Ten now online. Following Tyy, Alex and Jamie for a few laps of the whitewater terrain park. Mad technical skills.
Out riding the backcountry with pro rider, Jay Britton. More photos on 500px.
Here it is. My first video using the new DJI Phantom. It was a serious challenge trying to snowboard whilst controlling this. As a first attempt goes, its okay, Lots of room for improvement though. Since this was filmed I’ve made some adjustments to the props and built a shock absorber mount. Future footage should be smoother with a bit of luck. Enjoy
Here’s a quick post running through how I’ve tried to smooth out the footage coming from the GoPro and DJI Phantom.
There are basically two important things to do so that the footage doesn’t have a jello effect.
You need to balance your props and create a shock absorber between the camera and aircraft.
Continue after the break…