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The Benefits of Filming from Several Angles

By Tracy Breen


Now more than ever, hunters who watch TV shows, YouTube shows and other types of videos want authenticity. There was a time when TV celebrities could piece together a TV show with some real footage of the hunt and some cutaway footage that shows the hunter reenacting part of the hunt. Now more than ever, hunters want real footage that shows the hunter hyperventilating before the shot, shaking footage during the shot and real excitement after the shot. To capture these moments, most average Joe hunters and celebrities use point of view cameras like a GoPro. Tim Wells, host of Relentless Pursuit TV uses GoPro’s often. “Point of View cameras can be set up at a variety of different angles so viewers can see what is really going on during a hunt,” Wells explained. “This is why I like using them all the time. A well-placed GoPro really helps tell the story.”


THE OUTREACH ARM


There are a variety of ways you can set up a GoPro camera. Fourth Arrow Camera Arms offers several accessories that can help hunters capture great footage from a variety of angles. One of their most popular point of view camera arms is the Outreach Arm. This arm can screw into a tree and telescope a full six feet out in front of the hunter. The camera can be placed in such a way that it films the hunter and can be used to film the camera man who is filming the hunt. Adding this additional camera angle can add excitement to the finished film.



THE MINI TRIPOD


Fourth Arrow offers a mini tripod that weighs just a few ounces but can easily stabilize a point-of view camera. The mini tripod can be placed on the ground near a turkey decoy or deer decoy to capture up-close footage of a gobbler or a buck coming in to a setup. This type of footage is often action-packed because a gobbler or buck will be destroying the decoy on camera.



THE TELESCOPING STAKE


Fourth Arrow makes a telescoping stake for point of view cameras that can extend up to 40-inches, providing another unique angle for viewers to watch. “Sometimes having several point of view cameras out at once can give viewers a more exciting video to watch,” said Wells.



Are you looking for a way to get more quality point of view camera footage? Consider purchasing a couple of the Fourth Arrow point of view camera accessories.

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