SaulOhio wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 14, 2020 5:05 pm
ouno wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 02, 2020 8:07 pm
Here is a video taken with the GoPro Max and the U.Go linemount:
Sometimes the arms of the mount are visible in the video, which is a bit annoying.
I've found this alternative linemount
which is similar to the U.Go mount but with shorter arms, which should make them less visible in the video.
Does anyone know this mount, is it as stable and secure as the U.Go ?
Nice video. I've been using the Rylo, which gets some nice footage, but its a pain to edit on my phone, since it has no software for my Windows computer. How well does the Max respond to voice commands when it is in the line mount? I know it doesn't work with their smart remote. And does it fit straight in the U-go line mount, or does it have to go in on an angle? The Max looked really big when it saw it at BestBuy. I have that line mount, and have used it with both my Hero 4 and the Rylo.
I'm thinking of taking advantage of their trade-up deal to get a Max.
BTW, I love norcom's design for the Max. That ring looks like it ought to work very well to prevent the lines from getting fouled on the mount.
So the Rylo got the same error, no software for computers?
There are almost no "apple" things around here, it is windows or mobile phones, and the latter is useless for big video takes (and again, no Apple things around).
Anyone knows if there is a solution for this now, or we have to wait for a better solution or camera?
I dont need a 360 cam, nor a cam that is bigger and more bulky.
But not being able to auto horizon in post editing turns most buyers off I think, me for one.
Otherwise a perfect idea, where you can get max quality still shots from video, and if you want to make video, autolevel in post editing
A win win except for not being possible, only on handheld rare devices...
The only solution that gives better results is a GoPro with the Quark of course, but a bit risky as it can not take water for long...
AND, just as bulky as the Max, when using a Quark AND a GoPro
This was exactly what we wanted to avoid