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Josh Greer - 14, Thursday, June 14, 2018

Tripod Mounts....Aluminum is better than plastic.  ..

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Josh Greer - 01, Sunday, October 01, 2017

GoPro HERO 6 Black Quick Takes What I like (for baseball/softball): 1.) Digital Zoom. Usually photo and video guys aren't too keen on digital zoom. But if you find you have to slightly crop your video in po ..

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Josh Greer - 22, Tuesday, November 22, 2016

We are watching for Black Friday deals for you. As we find them, we will post updates below with the details. Keep checking for updates.... The recommended cameras this year are: GoPro HERO5 Black. Regular ..

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Josh Greer - 03, Friday, June 03, 2016

In preparation for another tutorial video (Standard Workflow) I was reminded that we use VLC Player for a lot of things. VLC Player is a very good free video player with a lot of very useful functions. In the video, we run t ..

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Josh Greer - 08, Tuesday, March 08, 2016

We get many emails asking about the GoPro Tripod Mount. This little piece of plastic doesn't come standard with GoPro cameras. The reason is because the majority of GoPro users strap the camera to their bodies instead of a t ..

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Josh Greer - 23, Wednesday, December 23, 2015

We were recently asked why we suggest recording baseball/softball games in 30 frames per second (FPS), as apposed to 60 FPS. Here's the answer, (and it involves admitting that it is no longer valid for the GoPro Hero 4). At 10 ..

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Josh Greer - 27, Friday, November 27, 2015

So, the results are in on the Hero 4 Session; for me at least. Still trying to be non-biased, but I'm personally not a fan of this camera when used for recording full ball games. The quality isn't near as good as my Hero 4 Sil ..

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Josh Greer - 22, Sunday, November 22, 2015

Copying a fully loaded memory card from your GoPro is going to be a timely process. There's just s a lot of data there. But did you know there are things you can do to speed it up? In some cases we're talking about going fr ..

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