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New Gaijin Circuit Video! - jaxbchbum - 05-29-2013

This is from our latest Sunday Sesh at Gaijin Circuit! Hope you all enjoy it!

Also, please feel free to check out our group page, it's filled with lots of sick photos and some scale builds!

Here's our page. https://www.facebook.com/JaxDriftManiacs





RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - RCPHREEK - 05-29-2013

That's awesome, love that blue skyline!!!


RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - jaxbchbum - 05-29-2013

(05-29-2013, 11:47 AM)RCPHREEK Wrote:  That's awesome, love that blue skyline!!!

Thanks! Yeah, his Skyline is sick.. He got the MST MS-01D RTR kit and it came with that.. Super jelly of it.


RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - robb41488 - 06-01-2013

Saw this the other day. Very nice!!!

One tip that I've learned while setting up my gopro.
Use as many plastic extension peices as you can and always hang the gopro upside down.

This is how I get the silky smooth videos out of mine :)


RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - jaxbchbum - 06-02-2013

Hang it upside down? My buddy has the suction cup extensions as well as the double sided tape extension..  Should be hang it upside down for all the video, or just when it's placed on a car/chassis? And thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it!


RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - robb41488 - 06-03-2013

just hang it upside down for whatever you need to balance out the vibration on.

for some reason when its upside down it acts like a pendulum and becomes super stable

like this (not to thread jack)




RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - jaxbchbum - 06-04-2013

(06-03-2013, 09:40 PM)robb41488 Wrote:  just hang it upside down for whatever you need to balance out the vibration on.

for some reason when its upside down it acts like a pendulum and becomes super stable

like this (not to thread jack)



Thanks for the tip.. 95% of the following was filmed using my Galaxy s3 on a sweeper mount.. LoL


RE: New Gaijin Circuit Video! - robb41488 - 06-04-2013

Ahhh ok that's a lil different then haha