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- August 17, 2008 at 6:07 am #130199AnonymousGuest
No music on the next one.. I got a blue-tooth remote mic mounted in the engine compartment as the center channel for 5.1! Stay tuned!August 17, 2008 at 11:45 pm #130200AnonymousGuestKunani;5863 wrote:No music on the next one.. I got a blue-tooth remote mic mounted in the engine compartment as the center channel for 5.1! Stay tuned!
Now thats what I’m talkin about:banana:August 19, 2008 at 2:22 am #130201AnonymousGuest
more daft punk!
let me know if you ever need someone to ride along and jam some daft punk…haha.August 19, 2008 at 10:17 pm #130202AnonymousGuestKunani;5863 wrote:No music on the next one.. I got a blue-tooth remote mic mounted in the engine compartment as the center channel for 5.1! Stay tuned!
You did WHAT?! Brother, you might have too much time on your hands.. need to get back to building that website of yours..August 21, 2008 at 2:22 am #130203AnonymousGuest
You did a great job with your first attempt at the video. Make it the way you want and don’t worry if everyone doesn’t agree with your choices. My suggestion would be to aim the camera slightly more to the left or right and get more shots of the cars rather than the aisles. Keep it up.
Tony MazzagattiAugust 26, 2008 at 10:56 pm #130204AnonymousGuest
Jordan Shiraki of shirakiphoto.com sent over this picture he took on 8/23 C&C where we lined up 3 generations of Skyline/GT-Rs on the curb!August 26, 2008 at 11:11 pm #130205AnonymousGuest
Damn.. now that is some serious picture clarity there… absolutely amazing!August 27, 2008 at 5:15 am #130206AnonymousGuest
I missed C&C the week you shot the video but Im interested in seeing what you and others are using for camera mounts.
I use one from http://www.filmtools.com the model is the 3025. I have had pretty good luck with it, it is a very robust and fully serviceable unit. I have to tweak the cam a bit in regards to the image stabilization. I used it on our Porsche Club Fire to Water drive earlier this year – just been too lazy to dub out the wind noise and post the file anywhere.August 28, 2008 at 5:16 pm #130207AnonymousGuest
Quatroo, yep thats the one I have… works great although in the back of my mind I feel I need a strap of some kind ‘just in case’ it falls off on a hard bump or corner :/
The hardest part about that mount on the interior is setting it up so the camera is right side up.. I can only mount my Sony HD cam upside down from inside the vehicle and it keeps turning off for some odd reason.. already disabled shock sensor too odd.
To solve the wind noise I went down to the Sony Style store in Caesars Palace and bought the bluetooth mic adapter. It works great although mono it allows you to use it as the only mic or as the center 5.1 surround channel with the built in Sony cam mic.
Last week it kept shutting off on me while mounted upside down so I ditched it. This week is suppose to be the bmw club as well so I’ll figure out a way to mount this bad boy and do some decent video.
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