ATV movie Production
ATV used To Mount Cameras for Movies Production has Become Very Popular
If off-roading is your thing, the Movie Cameras can help you capture some great footage from your All-Terrain Vehicle. Don’t worry about the mud, sweat, and tears; the camera thrives under these conditions and handles them all with dignity.
Check out the following options for using your Cameras on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV):
- Mount it on a roll bar. GoPro makes a mount specifically for this point of view, the Large Tube mount. Mount to handlebar with the Pro Handlebar / Seatpost / Pole mount or use the 360-degree swivel QR base to rotate the camera for new perspectives.
- Put it on the bumper. This vantage point provides a rugged almost-ground-level view of the terrain, allowing the viewer to experience the excitement. You can also mount the Karma Grip gimbal to your vehicle for super smooth footage. See copy deck.
- Place it on a road course. If you’re traveling a specific road course, put a GoPro at a strategic location to get a unique perspective. (Just be careful that you don’t run over it.) Use a tripod or mount to a tree with Large Tube mount.
- Use multiple cameras. Mount a camera inside the vehicle to show the driver; then mount other cameras on the roll bar, bumper, and even on the course to capture multiple points of view. Control them all at the same time with Smart remote.