Your Motorcycle Vlogging Setup?

 
 
 

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Anonymous

I'd love to have a bike again...... I had a 86" Yamaha Fazer wish I kept it. Be safe you guys !!!!

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from the sound i knew it was a 2 cilinder.
at first i thought it was an ER-5 with a fairing.
i wasn't very much off though;it's an ER-6f ;)

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Yay!

Finally see Rodney's bike vids :P

Good job man , hope to see more footage...

If it's worth doing , it's worth over-doing it :)

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Yea, hopefully lots of bike and other POV videos to come :)

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That camera makes me wish I drove a motorcycle or did some kind of crazy sport, its pretty neat, I went to their site because of your review on it, their prices are not too bad, from two to five hundred bucks, their pretty neat, as I've said heh.

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Well, the Contour HD is the cheapest of them all, not on their website anymore. There newer models are the waterproof ROAM which is reasonably pricey and their Contour+ which is a little to expensive.

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You should get a tinted visor, Rodney. They are much better than clear ones during the day.

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For sure, but I have motorcycle sunglasses :) I drive at night a lot so a clear visor is my best option.

Anonymous

Why doesn't your wife wear protective clothing?

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My wife does have protective clothing on, head to toe.

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A biker awesome :D respect !

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Respect to you for posting here :)

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Here are couple of the most recent distraction videos:

Anonymous

Where might one find your motorcycle vlogging videos? Thanks.

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Anonymous

Do as what makes us all happy :D
Respect!

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Well, if you guys will come over here once in a while and show me respect, I'll keep everything on YouTube enabled. All about respect :)

Anonymous

Hey Rod! Wanna give u a tip for audio/video sync: beep the bike's horn three times instead of slapping ur hands, that's gonna be louder! Greetings from Switzerland!

Anonymous

The issue here isn't about being how loud you are. A clap or a snap will give you the exact moment in which you should hear the clap/snap. Using the horn on the bike does not indicate when and where the sound should be.

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Well, it does and it doesn't. You can see the audio spike of the horn noise when you use a horn, but I prefer audible and visual indicators since it makes with easier to sync the audio and video.

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That will work as well, but when you clap, you can see it as well. The motion of the handing coming together and then making the clap sound.