ByGB Blog Official 2017-05-27 2945
Things are about to get very hot - and we will need a fair amount of sunscreen and a cap to keep us safe from the few adverse effects of the season- too much sun exposure and overheating. Our gadgets will need protection as well - especially the ones we'll use especially often. Reward your action camera with a heat dissipation case to keep it from overheating.
Summer is the perfect time for getting active and shooting those adrenaline-filled blockbusters. But, for a good action shot, you do need the right gear. The more fast-paced the video, the higher the likelihood of it being unstable. Make sure you have your handheld stabilizer ready to keep the picture steady at all times.
Entrust your 4-legged friend with some filming responsibility by equipping them with a comfy camera mount. See the world through your dog's eyes and record videos at truly different angles. The specially designed dog camera harnesses are easy to mount and would not cause your pet any discomfort.
If you don't want to spend too much time picking individual accessories, going with the ready-made action cam accessory kit may be the best. These sets typically include a nice selection of most frequently used mounts: head strap, head mount, chest strap, etc and all the needed fixings to keep the camera firmly in place.
If you are going all in for photo and video sessions this summer, then you will need a professional tripod to keep your images and videos steady - if a hand-held stabilizer won't do the trick. Using a tripod will significantly reduce camera movement, resulting in much better quality photos and videos.
If you are planning to spend a lot of time in the water, first of all, lucky you. Second of all, a flotation device for you camera would come in very handy. Should you ever get too caught up in the action and lose sight of the action camera, a colorful flotation device or a mini buoy would help you locate the missing gadget in no time.
Catching waves this summer? If standard surf mounts do not get you the shots you've hoped for, try switching up the angles. Yep, a camera mount that goes in your mouth might be a tad unorthodox and may or may not earn you a few instances of finger pointing. But hey - Van Gogh cut off his own ear for art, surely a great shot is worth a few moments of embarrassment.