You weren’t kidding, had to take Zofran after watching. LOL
Was that a lizard you nailed at the end? I have a couple tips that may help, first off, get a decent tripod! That helps tremendously with both video stability and accuracy! Second, find a decent video editing app that will allow you to adjust the speed of the video. Just slowing it 5-10% will help a lot with the perceived shakeyness. The focus and video quality look really good, it just a matter of controlling the shot to eliminate the movement. Great job on the DYI Scope Cam!
Ken, very very nice video cam set up! Nice shooting on the target and brown anole! You definitely should be proud of your work! Your WC is very quiet.
Quote from: ranchibi on August 06, 2022, 12:27:55 PMKen, very very nice video cam set up! Nice shooting on the target and brown anole! You definitely should be proud of your work! Your WC is very quiet.Thanks Randall! I was checking zero again after installing the scopecam and it is off slightly. The brown anole made the mistake of running up on the backstop while I was zeroing. The WC sounds loud in the video on my laptop. It is by far the quietest gun that I own. It's .22 cal and has a Huggett moderator. When I was asking questions about buying it the owner said he thought it was shooting around 28fpe. I haven't ran it across a chrony yet though. I got the gun and it had over 150 bar in it so I loaded up a couple of pellets and just shot it at the backstop without a scope even mounted. It sounded like it was broken, or maybe a UK model shooting sub 12fpe. I pulled the moderator off and shot it once, I knew it wasn't broken then.
Congratulations Ken, the video clarity is perfect. The shakiness... well, you need practice like in most all other things but overall, excellent!