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Hi guys how's every one how's things. Hope your all getting some great footage of the new year :)

Anyways....

I am new to go pro and cameras etc.

I bought the GPH3 Black and I'm just wondering what settings would be best for the camera on a motorcycle?

I had a look at videos on you tube and my video quality seems to be no where near as good quality a those. Currently my camera is set to [email protected]>Wide.

It's good quality but nothing like the videos from the guys on other bikes that nice been viewing.

Also could someone explain to me in a simple way what protune and spot meter are for and how can I use slow motion (curiosity)

Thanks guys

John
 

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Protune, takes all the COLOR away, you add your own touches in.. takes hours, many hours of correcting. To get rich colors.

Spot will add light in the front, like a Fog light it will brighten from the cam to 3 feet. so if you film in the car looking out you want to use spot to make it brighter inside as well match outside.
 

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Protune, takes all the COLOR away, you add your own touches in.. takes hours, many hours of correcting. To get rich colors.

Spot will add light in the front, like a Fog light it will brighten from the cam to 3 feet. so if you film in the car looking out you want to use spot to make it brighter inside as well match outside.
Good info. I guess you have tried this all yourself? Any video's of the masterpieces? :D
 

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Good info. I guess you have tried this all yourself? Any video's of the masterpieces? :D
No, no sample or video with protune or spot, I am sure there are plenty online to choose from. I used to enjoy doing video lol...

if I am with the wrong info I do apologize.....
 
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