Riding ATAS in a bit of rain.
I've been testing mics in different locations, etc. for weeks, going crazy trying to get some half-way decent sound on my riding videos.
I did this test ride in the rain because the weather around here has been crap for a while.
It's just a fairly boring video of me putt-putting around town on some errands in the rain. I really wanted to test the new mic setup, so I went ahead and rode though I don't really like to ride in the rain much. (I have a perfectly good car for that).
But I think the sound is fairly decent, so I thought I'd share. See if you guys agree with me (re. the sound).
Thanks for watching, Gary
I think that the mic picks up engine noise very well, but not so well your voice. I guess shooting videos like that one needs to hear the rider comments more than the engine noise, so maybe you should work a bit on that.
BTW, the Givi does seem to do a good job.....wandering how it works also on high speed regarding the air pressure on the shoulders.
And re. the Givi screen at speed: hopefully I can shoot some video soon that shows just how well it works at highway speeds--I can go all day with that screen, just flat out incredibly comfortable. That Givi screen is by far my happiest addition to the bike.
I was a bit worried at first that the viewer's sight-line is through the screen, but I notice on most riding videos, where the camera is located on the helmet's chin, it's the same--even with the OEM screen. So I guess I can live with that.
Thanks again, Gary
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