vannibombonato wrote: ↑
Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:25 am
Toby wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 20, 2017 7:39 pm
What I don't understand that they don't offer an adapter for other cameras yet...my camera is much better...dont mind the non zooming...will keep filming with my Soloshot2...
Toby, have you tested the Soloshot 3? are you saying that at the moment you are getting better results with Soloshot 2 and your camera?
They improved many things a lot. From arm band, to remote on/off of tag and camera, calibration. Really nice the SS3.
If the video results were just like with my Sony camera, the SS3 plus camera are a perfect filming tool. Like a cameraman. Just perfect.
But...the camera has too much shaking...the stabilisation is not like my Sony cam (which has steady shot...and it works amazingly even in 35 knots of gusts).
Plus, the Optic65 gets out of focus many times. I will run one more test with a wider frame setting and me in the center. Plus more wind protected etc.
Let's see how this goes. Maybe I can eliminate the problems with it.
But for sure I will keep my SS2 with my Sony cam running in addition...hate to miss tricks because of bad footage and I have to do my tricks again and again when I landed them perfectly before.
Took me now 3 days to get 10 clips from my last session of my SS3...with anti shaking software etc...and still not that good...need only 5 hours for 50 clips with my Sony...