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US Open Cup Semi-Final: Sporting KC vs Dayton Dutch Lions pictures & VIDEO!

 
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Jun 28, 2012 13:53 |  #1

Let me know what you think!

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I also had a GoPro net camera:
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Jun 28, 2012 16:10 |  #2

like 2,3,4 and 6




  
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Jun 28, 2012 22:30 |  #3

Not too bad for severe crops. I would think 300mm is too short to shoot the far end of the pitch.
The video is cool, that keeper needs to improve his reaction time. very disappointing performance. Does the go pro include the software to make the time-lapse or is that additional purchase?


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Jun 28, 2012 22:33 |  #4

ChunkyDA wrote in post #14646907 (external link)
Does the go pro include the software to make the time-lapse or is that additional purchase?

Not that I am aware of. I use after effects for time lapses.

Judging by the noise these photos do look like heavy crops.


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Jun 29, 2012 00:31 as a reply to  @ Cozmocha's post |  #5

noise is also form sharping them up and running 500-3200 iso

does cropping in tight cause noise?


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Jun 29, 2012 13:56 |  #6

Cropping tight enhances noise that you already have since there are less pixels "on target".

Gopro absolutely has a built in intervalometer. You can also use the new wifi backpack addon to trigger it.


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Jun 29, 2012 16:16 |  #7

ajaffe wrote in post #14649493 (external link)
Cropping tight enhances noise that you already have since there are less pixels "on target".

Gopro absolutely has a built in intervalometer. You can also use the new wifi backpack addon to trigger it.

I bought the wifi addon lastnight. It will be nice since I wont have to run behind the goal to press play at the start of the game.


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Jun 29, 2012 16:38 |  #8

Watch out for battery life and wifi signal strength with the gopro. I used it for soccer and had to be super close for the remote to work.


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Jun 30, 2012 18:15 |  #9

ajaffe wrote in post #14649493 (external link)
Cropping tight enhances noise that you already have since there are less pixels "on target".

Gopro absolutely has a built in intervalometer. You can also use the new wifi backpack addon to trigger it.

I'm not interested in an intervalometer but the ability to speed up footage already shot. Also those super slo-mo edits are real cool. It would be nice if the gopro included the software necessary to accomplish the samples they advertise.


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Jul 02, 2012 00:59 |  #10

ChunkyDA wrote in post #14654018 (external link)
I'm not interested in an intervalometer but the ability to speed up footage already shot. Also those super slo-mo edits are real cool. It would be nice if the gopro included the software necessary to accomplish the samples they advertise.

Again, GoPro has that feature. You shoot at 720p at 60fps so when you slow things down you retain smooth playback.

Time lapse is different than playback speed. To adjust the playback speed you need some form of a NLE program like Finalcut Pro. To expect such a cheap camera as a Gopro to include such an expensive program is asking a bit much no?


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