I’m doing my Vlogging With GoPro camera. When I first started vlogging, I tested the GoPro, Digital Point and shoot and My iPhone. I wanted to see what camera had the best functionality and ease of use. The GoPro had the best functionality and was easy to use. With a tripod mount, it was easy to carry around and set up for any shot.
Breakdown of Pros and Cons
As with any camera or equipment, there is a list of Pros and Cons that you have to weigh against your needs.
- Small easy to hold
- Water Proof Housing.
- Ease of use with a tripod mount.
- There is no Screen.
- WaterProof housing blocks sound.
- The small size sometimes makes it hard to hold without blocking the lens.
- The small display is sometimes hard to read.
Vlogging With GoPro had a muffled sound with the waterproof housing. I bought an additional aftermarket housing, that I could drill a hole into. With a hole in the housing. An aftermarket microphone will provide a better sound quality than the built-in microphone, especially with the waterproof housing. I have the Field of View (FOV) set at Medium and it allows me to capture myself and a good coverage of my surroundings. I have the GoPro set at the maximum available of 1080P and 30 Frames per Second to capture a stunning High Definition video.
Vlogging With GoPro is a great a great option when you are looking at a vlogging camera. I have used it for over a year in my Vlogging. I am happy to recommend Vlogging With GoPro or any other YouTube video needs. It will function as good, or better than other cameras for Vlogging. If you have a GoPro and you’re looking to get into Vlogging or YouTube, don’t let the camera stop you from following your dreams.
Please leave a comment and let me know what you are using. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.