having a square or round base does not matter what really matters is that you have the canoe kind of shape that is that's what worked for me. if you have a shape like a coracle what happens is every wave left right up down tilts the entire platform and jiggles it especially because you have the top of your GoPro centered directly above the swivel point of the coracle. I've also used canoe shaped configurations with a proa outrigger that also seemed to pick up too many waves the long canoe shape square or round tip the canoe doesn't matter what the shape of the canoe seems to slip through the waves better and give you less vibration on your GoPro.bkkite wrote: ↑Tue Jan 21, 2020 5:01 pmSo both of you are saying that a smaller square base will handle the waves better?
I guess I thought about it backwards in that bigger boat handled bigger chop ( with the right shaped hull) better, but clearly I have no idea what I’m doing
Thanks for all the tips!
One thing that I did for more shallow water was buy this cheap ($10) umbrella sand anchor and stick a selfie stick into it. Worked better than the float of course
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