C'est la Vie
So after an awesome ride over in Mackay,
before the road going directly over there shuts down for the Winter,
I pulled out my dslr which I hadn't used much since I got the gopro.
It's great, but not something you want to be filming with while riding.
Otherwise glad I picked it up again.
So after a few weeks of waiting and hoping the the Gopro would show up, I ordered another camera.
Now the choice was made aside from price and quality along with some nice features like gyro stabilization. This camera fit my old gopro housings, the same size. Sweet.
It's LCD display back doesn't have a touch screen , which I thought was overkill and a liability due to the thin screen housing cover. But it still shows you the same options, just using the buttons to choose.
It also does 4K video recording, but don't think that's essential yet.
Here is my first video 1920 x 1080
You could purchase 6 of these, or a Gopro
From the video you should be able to figure out
which camera I'm referring to.
Only cons so far are the control app is rated at 2.3
and potentially a great feature that I would use all the time to take still photos is the RAW option in recording photos.
I've opened them in multiple platforms, Photoshop Raw and even was able to find the "IQR" Raw renderer from the company.
All I get is a gray field with lines.
Not a deal breaker as Gopro doesn't even have this option.
Anyway, off to play.