Here are my ingredients:
1 GoPro Hero3 Black Edition set to Protune 2.7K Cine 23.98
1 Steadicam Smoothee
1 Green Operator
Try not to shake. In the event of shake, add some Coremelt Lock and Load and an awkward amount of Deadmau5. To remove the fisheye flavor, use some After Effects with a dash of Optics Compensation. Blend in FCPX. Pour.
Semi-seriously though, this was just a test to see how all the above effects work together. I was very curious to see the Hero 3 on a steadicam and how 2.7k reacts to image stabilization in FCPX. Sometimes it works well, sometimes not. Depends on how smooth the original shot was. Corners don't seem to work well with Lock & Load. Any amount of breeze throws the steadicam off. You really have to go slow and keep both hands on it.
Thinking of using the GoPro on some docu/news pieces as a B-CAM. For well-lit interiors, the GoPro and Smoothee will be a nice combo. Have to be careful outdoors with breeze or wind.
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?