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  1. The Fat Unicyclist


    Okay so here's the thing... I have finally got myself a video camera - to be fair though, they are only just new on the market here in New Zealand, so it's a pioneering effort! Anyway I hate learning things the hard way, so now that I'm starting to play with it I'm hoping that some of you experienced videographers (or your film crews) would be happy to answer some questions and share some secrets? And this includes you @Marty Backe and @who_the, after all it's your epic productions that are lifting the bar so high! Now I scored the Sony FDR X3000, which has optical stabilisation built-in. So even hand-held video looks really good... Mostly... Cornering adds quite a lean to the video - is this minimised with a handle or selfie-stick? And if the camera is on a stick, how do you keep it pointing forward (or backward) and level? There's that up down thing too... What's the best way to keep the camera vertical, especially while accelerating and braking? Also, what about wind noise? Then, after the riding is done; What post-production software do you use? And what features make that your tool of choice? Any and all comments and thoughts from our "professionals" would be appreciated, and if anyone else has questions, please post too...