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Rest It on Your Chin for Stable Footage

Rest It on Your Chin for Stable Footage

If you tend to hold your GoPro in your hand as you walk around to record stuff, a simple and easy to make your videos more stable as you move is to simply rest the camera on your chin.

This provides two places for your GoPro to mount against, instead of just your hand, providing more control and less camera shake when you walk or move around.

Of course, you'll probably look weird doing it, but any talented GoPro expert will know exactly what you're doing

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  1. Kimberlyfseder

    01/19/2016 at 6:23 am

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  2. dcradmin

    05/19/2016 at 4:24 pm

    Like your article name says, these tips are really awesome! The one “Point It at the Subject’s Stomach” is lovely :) Also, getting a good MicroSD card is super important.

    After all, it carries all the stuff we’ve spent hours even days on. I’ve seen a few friends who wanted to save a few bucks on buying a quality card, but ended up with losing some precious videos due to card corruption issue. That’s why we came up with the idea to create this guide: https://www.digital-camera-recovery.com/fix-gopro-sd-err/

    I want to add that being creative and bold is also needed to shoot awesome videos. That’s the point of using GoPros, isn’t it? ;)

  3. Ivy Baker

    05/24/2017 at 4:05 pm

    These are some really good tips about how to get better footage with your GoPro. I have been thinking about getting one for my father. So, I also liked that you talked about getting some accessories along with it.

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