Guide to Helmet Cameras
Want to capture the action for all types of sports? Want to capture the action when you are on a bike trail? You can do it all with the Helmet Cam / Camera and the video quality is really good for a helmet camera .
What to Expect?
A helmet camera should ideally be:
Thankfully, there are products that offer most of these qualities.
Where Can You Attach These?
Things to Keep in Mind
Here are some things to keep in mind when using these gadgets.
Video quality suffers on low-light and low-contrast days, such as on overcast days. So you’ll need to spend some time doing color adjustments in your editing software.
Otherwise on bright days, the video quality is quite good considering these are helmet-cams.
Because of the wide-angle you really have to be very close to the subject. You’ll get the hang of it once you start using it.
The pictures look good in the cameras, but then it also depends a lot on the lighting. Image stabilization is quite good over most surfaces.
Wind noise is going to be captured as part of the audio.
You can go in dust or mud without worrying as these are built for rough use. Just clean the lens as and when required.
Though the inexpensive ones are only for dry sports, you do get waterproof ones as well. Some of the expensive ones are great in low light as well. These can be attached to not just the helmet, but to various other things. So use these Helmet Cams to capture the action for all types of sports, and even take part in those.
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