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Another test of the low mount. This time I set the focus and the exposure to manual. Much better as it doesn't change when I hit bumps or brake hard.

The audio was filtered in post-prod but otherwise straight from my cheapo DV camera. Next time ill remember to clean the lens and I really want to get out there in the daylight.

 

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Great sounding car. What lights are you using?
 

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Wow! I guess you know that road pretty well. Some of those corners would have got me in trouble!
 

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i take it wind noise can be taken out post-prod? what program is used ?
 

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DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM!! that was siiick... man i miss driving my NB right now.. i love hitting the back roads around here... best is always at night when no one is on the road.. I need to invest on a Camera for the next run

Very good work there..
 

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i used adobe premier elements 10.0. i believe the camera is in the "mouth" so to speak is in a high pressure area so there is less wind noise than at the same speed if the cameras was locate elsewhere. i used several filter including a notch to get reasonable engine sounds. I experimenting with a two mic setup currently.
 
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