Bobsled POV Shot With a Contour Roam HD Mini-Cam





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Published on Dec 17, 2011

This is one of the Point of View shots we recorded with the US Bobsled team in Lake Placid ad the Olympic Training facility there. Cory Butner is the driver, Adam Blandford the brakeman on this 2-man team. Butner is really enthusiastic about making videos and has experimented with the Go Pro as a training tool.

We used a Contour Roam for this shot because it has a lower profile didn't interfere with the driver's line of sight and there was no chance of the adhesive mount coming loose.

We recorded five shots over two runs. We also documented the planning meeting in the Olympic sled shed where we decided where to place the cameras and how to mount them. This footage will be edited into a feature length story that will be finished and released in timne for the World Cup races at Lake Placid this coming February.

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