Who says it is easy to get someone to film you only films few times.
Just had this discussion with the Spaniard who is known to be the oldest one doing some fancy handle passes...he used 95% of his session to explain someone how to film.
And trust me, pretty sure the only one filming that much with a soloshot in kite surfing...this thing is good.
Forget go pro or fixed cams. Not the same. For a bit it is excellent and for most efficient enough...but if you want to film a lot, a soloshot is a must.
Testing the SS3 currently. Almost perfect...like a cameramen...but have a problem with shaking videos...need to see what I can do to fix it...or which software can fix it.
If I can solve this, it is the best you can have to film you more than just few times.
I depend on it...I could not have done what I did.
A full review will follow soon.