Out and about in my '25 touring, now with my new GoPro Hero 6 camera, we see the Model T from a whole new angle!
All I got was sound.
Mitch, thanks for some good ideas for shots I'm going to try.
The vibrating steering rod is a bit of a revelation.
Neat, thank you for sharing.
Thank you for sharing. Beautiful scenery!
Thankyou for the positive comments
Mitch, well done .. I would have a nervous breakdown trying to drive on the "wrong" side of the road. Every time I saw one of the cars coming at me on the "wrong" side I would have to tell my brain it is OK. again, well done .....
Bump above the spam.
I have a Hero something less than 6 and would give anything to learn how to take a video. I wish there was a site to go to that could help with the start and stop of taking the picture. Also, edit/compile/add sound. I think if I could do it once, I might be able to repeat the feat.
I have no idea how folks load a video on YouTube but the results are absolutely great! Thank you. I think someone already said something about it but you flipped the film over and have everything on the wrong side of the street. Great otherwise <grin>
Ken in Texas
That ones been around for awhile.
Ken, find out which model you have and do a Google search for the instruction manual. I bet it's available online.
For editing I use the program that came with my iMac. It took me awhile to figure it out, but it's not bad. If you're stuck with Windows I can't help.
I watched part of it and you sure did some neat views! Very cool to see the bits moving around as you drive.
I caught the rattle rod too and it almost seems the battery box is loose. ;-)
I gotta go back and watch again.
How did you mount the GoPro?
Oh to be pottering round in the sunshine! Maybe next month, spring is running late.
Ken, I use Sony (Magix) Vegas Pro 15 for my video editing. It's the most streamlined and easy to use one out there... I always found Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro too complicated.
Duey, I mounted the GoPro in a couple of different places... on the spare wheel bracket at the back, to get the undercarriage view of the differential and suspension...
Also mounted on the front radius rod to get a shot of the steering gear, front suspension and front wheel.
Interesting, the battery box is tight and secure, it just flexes a little
I have a bicycle handle-bar bracket for the GoPro which fits on perfectly
Also for those who noticed the movement in the front steering arm, it's not actually loose, it just flexes a bit! Amazing since you don't normally see the car underneath when it's moving!!
Love it! Great work Mitch!