I agree that POV is key, but I don't like the images of 360 cams. They have a kaleidoscope effect. If you watch the images in slow motion, the background images are shaky giving you the motion sickness effect. I also don't like how the background images are blurry and jumpy.Peter_Frank wrote: ↑Fri Jan 20, 2023 9:57 pmHave seen sooooo many videos, taken either with a classic GoPro of some kind, or other brands, NON 360 cams.
Almost never see 360 degree cams, which are in every way SO much better.
Often you see a chest or helmet cam, pointed at a narrow angle forward - and you can not see your board, nor the kite, only in short glimpses...
The worst possible videotakes IMO.
With any 360 degree cam you can make way better videos - just saying.
It's already very tedious at an hour, often I have to do it in 2 sittings because I fall asleep doing it.
Same impression I had about the lenses. In fact, I've stopped using the max lens mod on my GoPro also due to the water drops sticking to the lens. Since it's semi spherical, any tiny drop appears bigger in the image.
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