NHDuckHunter wrote:AR Dave wrote:So I was just given a Go Pro Hero - what am I going to do with it? Looking for ideas on where to put it. I am thinking on the front of my blind. Just mount it up in the middle, turn it on, and hope it records ducks getting hammered over the decoys. I don't think it's going going to catch much at a distance. Any advice? I haven't used it at all. 720 for slow motion. Thanks!
PS - from what I've seen on You-Tubes, when they're mounted on a shotgun and the gun is shot - it looks like the gun was shot. ha ha
I actually mount mine high and behind me. The only issue I've had so far is if the blind isn't great, it shakes when we shoot or when "someone" jumps around too much in the blind. oh, and another issue, whenever its up, I never seem to shoot ducks.
the best accessory you can get is a remote. When I am hunting big areas, I have plenty of time to turn it on before the ducks start working the spread. I keep it clipped to my lanyard, and just hit the record button when I go for the calls.
birdman24 wrote:I'm a big fan of the GoPro on the 720 60 fps. Here's some footage from late last season on my Hero 2..
Basspond wrote:bttrym8 wrote:What field are you here? Wide medium or narrow?
I was in wide for the first shots and medium for the head mount. I've upgraded to Hero3s for this season and use one mounted on my shotgun ammo cap in narrow and then one on my boat in wide. I do some pan and zoom in post production but I get some pretty decent footage.
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