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On this page are links to websites that may be of interest to action camera users. Action cameras are a relatively recent invention, so new links are being regularly added to this page. We hope you find the action camera links here interesting and relevant.


Vimeo

https://vimeo.com/about

The high quality home to make, share and watch videos. Vimeo was born in 2004, created by a group of filmmakers who wanted an easy and beautiful way to share videos with their friends. There are no adverts when playing back on Vimeo, unlike many other video sharing websites. You can open a free account, and upload and share your films. Various upgrade options are available if you need more features than the provided in the basic account. It also supports 4k ultra HD.


Comparison of video editing software

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_editing_software

There are many video editing programs available, both freeware and commercial. The Wikipedia entry has a comprehensive list and is helpful if you are looking for a software package to use. These are non-linear editting programs. This means that they are non-destructive, and do not modify the original source files. Although this process is more computationally intensive than directly modifying the original content, changing the edits themselves can be almost instantaneous, and it prevents further generation loss as the audio, video, or image is edited.

Digital Photography Review

https://www.dpreview.com/

A comprehensive website for reviews of digital photography products, with sample photos. It also includes articles, buying guides and extensive forums. Although it does not specifically cover actioncams, it does include mobile phones and some of these use the same CMOS sensors. There is a forum for sports camcorders containing lots of useful information from users. You can ask a detailed question on the forum yourself, and most likely get a comprehensive answer from an ameteur expert somewhere in the world.



Photo Review Action Photography Guide Book

http://www.photoreview.com.au/guides/action-photography

Photo Review’s handy sports photography guide provides easy-to-follow advice on how to obtain successful shots of all kinds of motion. We also include some of the tricks of the trade that professional photographers rely upon. Successfully photographing any sport or activity depends on knowing how to pick the right moment to trigger the shutter, being in the right place at the right time, and having the correct equipment set up with appropriate exposure controls to deliver correctly-exposed images. You must also understand how to ensure the right parts of the subject are sharply focused.


History and Evolution of Action Cameras

https://pevly.com/action-camera-history/

This article tells the story of sports camcorders, from early attempts to capture first person footage in the 1960's onwards. The Canon Ci-10 from 1985 had 3.8 megapixels and could transmit wirelessly from a motorcyclist's helmet by microwave. Mark Shulze used a VHS camera on his helmet connected to a VHS recorder in his backpack to film "The Great Mountain Biking Video" in 1987. In the 1990s American Football players used helmet cams to broadcast live TV footage. From 2002 onwards saw the young GoPro™ founder, Nicholas Woodman, create the first Hero product. This was a 35mm waterproof film model that attached to a wrist strap and cost around $20.


Eight Creative Things To Do With a GoPro At Home

http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/latest/articles/things-to-do-with-a-gopro-36387

Do you own a Gopro but are not sure how to get the best from it? One problem with owning a sports camcorder is that many people do not find the time for photogenic outdoor sports, like skiing off jumps or trekking over a glacier. This article gives ideas as to things you can do that are creative, and easy to do in your normal life. For examply mount it to the ceiling of a room in your house, take it around town in bad weather, go hula hooping or setup a timelapse video outside somewhere.


Techmoan - Vintage and Modern Tech Reviews

http://www.techmoan.com/blog/category/action-cameras

Techmoan features non-nonsense and unbiased reviews of a wide range of sports cams, as well as other video and technology products. The reviews are comprehensive and include sample footage, with original files you can download. The site includes both older, and recent models. It also features many quirky, unusual and vintage technological products, such as retro video games consoles, vinyl record players, and forgotten audio and video formats. Overall this site is very interesting to video makers, and a good way to kill some time.


Windsurf Magazine - P.O.V. Filming Guide

https://www.windsurf.co.uk/p-o-v-filming-guide/

All your windsurfing buddy’s are out sailing and there‘s no way they are going to stop their session to film you. There’s no chance that the other half is going to sit and film for hours, and when you finally make the move you've been working on they will have probably fallen asleep by then anyway. This is a problem many of us have with outdoor sports photography. This guide to windsurf self-filming has information on various mounts and angles you can use.



Wikipedia Entry

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_camera

The Wikipedia entry is interesting reading. It has an overview of what these camcorders are and how they are typically used. It also has details of the growing market. Apparently sales of actioncams have already surpassed sales of conventional compact photo models and camcorders. It is predicted that by 2019 actioncam sales will surpass sales of all other types of conventional models, which are declining or stable.

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