In this video, we mount 2 GoPro Max 360 Cameras on our Cessna (the Sky Chicken) to try out our new 360 cameras. PLUS show you how to edit your GoPro Max 360 footage using the GoPro Player video editing software.
The GoPro line of action cameras are a natural fit for aviation, capturing stunning HD video in a small compact enclosure. The GoPro Hero camera is easy to operate and the lightweight is easy to mount anywhere on the airplane.
The MyPilotPro Swivel GoPro Airplane Mount! MyPilotPro make use of a RAM Mount to allow an action camera to point in any direction, making it possible to capture almost any shot you're looking for. This mount attaches to most airplane tie downs and doesn't require any tools.
In this video, we're doing a comparison between the Field of View Settings of Wide versus Linear on our GoPro Session 5 cameras. We mounted 2 cameras, side-by-side on the strut of our Cessna. One set with a field of view of Wide and the other set to Linear.
We did a review of the new Strut Clamp Camera Mount from NFlightCam. This camera mount allows the placement of a GoPro, Garmin, or any action camera with a 3-finger (GoPro-style) mount, or 1/4"x20 threaded socket, to almost any aircraft strut, from a J3 Cub, all the way up to a Cessna Caravan.
One of most annoying things that we encounter when shooting video with our Airplanes, are those ugly dark lines of the propeller, spoiling the view and ruining the video. NFlightcam's propellor filter removes these propeller lines in 90% of typical VFR flight.
How to edit and sync multiple aviation videos with Adobe Premiere Elements. A complete tutorial on editing and syncing videos shot with multiple cameras in different locations on your airplane. Keeping the timing consistent.
We went out on a late evening flight in the Cessna 172 to see if there is any difference between a FPS setting of 24 VS 60 on GoPro Hero 4 and GoPro Session 5 cameras. What do you think? Please reply below!