One thing I have always wanted to do is put some of my cycling data on the video.
I haven't been doing much video work since the Brompton World Championships 2013 (blog post) so I thought I'm break out my "dusty" GoProHD Hero 2 & the chest mount and see what I could come up with. With the weather being so crazy here in the UK at the moment I haven't been able to get out much for proper training. No excuse I know.
|Chest mounted GoProHD Hero 2|
I personally think that the video is ok but unstable and shaky.
The best way for video footage for me personally is having the camera on BumbleB's top frame. It seems more stable and using the frame as a good stable reference point making the video seem less shaky.
Below is video I shot back in the summer of 2012 with my GoProHD Hero 2 on Bumble B's top frame using the GoPro big tube clamp. As you can see much more stable.
|GoProHD Hero 2 mounted on BBB's top frame|
Well still experimenting with what I'm going to video as sometimes it takes time away from the actually riding itself.