Photos, drawings, and descriptions of outrigger canoes around the world. http://gary.dierking.net
Cool.. Looking forward to seeing more of your Go-Pro videos. Thanks
Looks good Gary. Mix it up and put mounts on the iako, stern, mast, maybe even a helmet/headstrap. It's addictive. Now that you've thrown down the gauntlet I'll have to get Reve D'Isle underway for a GoPro shoot on Kaneohe Bay.-Charlie Loiselle
Love it! I'm going to have to get my Ulua down to Florida somehow...right now it's buttoned up in the garage with a foot of snow outside. thanks for letting me live vicariously.Dan
Gary, Who is doing the sound track, Music?
Great stuff! Can't wait to see more. I'd love to see video from each of your boat designs. Been thinking about building a tamanu, Waapa or ulua and the vids help me get a feel for them. Nice to see tacking ability, speed, handling etc.. I agree with more camera angles and from a chase boat too.Keep em coming!
That was fun! That tarp sail sets well. --Wade
gary, both this video and the masthead video you did are amazing! this is the 3rd or 4th time I've seen the GoPro camera being used on a sailboat or sailing canoe, and I am very impressed with it. I looked on the website for them, and wasn't sure about a few things - does it have a viewfinder or an LCD screen, so you can make sure you've set it up the way you want? or do you just have to wing it?thanks & great work.cheers, my2fishhttp://my2fish.wordpress.com/
The Go-Pro cam doesn't have a viewfinder or an LCD view screen. There is a small LCD screen for changing settings. The 170 degree view allows you to just roughly aim it and still get everything in.
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