GoPro Athlete Tips and Tricks: Helmet Mounting and GoPro App with Tom Wallisch (Ep 4)



Athlete: Tom Wallisch
Vertical: Skiing
Topics: Helmet Mount, GoPro App, 1440p48

In episode 5 of GoPro’s Athlete Tips and Tricks series, we mingle with Freestyle Skiing and rail-sliding legend, Tom Wallisch. Between runs at X-Games, Tom sheds light on how to properly mount a Curved Adhesive mount to a helmet. After, he demonstrates how he uses the GoPro App to frame perfect shots. This video is littered with fantastic POV shredding on the X-Games Aspen course. Turn up the volume, hit that HD button and enjoy!

Stomping double corks smoother than Tom? Capture the moment with these versatile mounts at – http://gopro.com/camera-mounts

One more thing before you go! Dig deeper into this Athlete Tips and Tricks series on YouTube to learn from the best on how to maximize your GoPro cameras and products.

As always, happy capturing!

You might see examples of extreme use in this video. Please take appropriate precautions to ensure your own safety, the safety of those around you, and…

21 Comments on GoPro Athlete Tips and Tricks: Helmet Mounting and GoPro App with Tom Wallisch (Ep 4)

  1. I'll also throw a point into the ring… If you're using it and it's pretty cold, like below 20F, the battery life goes into the toilet. I bought a different back window with a plug that connects into the wide connector on the left of the Hero 4 Silver screen. From that I plugged that usb connector into a lithium battery brick, or backup battery (whatever you call those things) and I filmed for 3+ hours continuously with the wifi on, the entire time shooting at 1080p 60fps. I ended up with 44gb of data, but the battery never went dead, nor did the backup battery.

    The USB cord was long enough for the battery to live comfortably in my right front breast pocket, and I threaded the cord through the radio antenna hole in my Spyder.

    I did the battery and powered back for less than $50. Best money I ever spent.

  2. when editing did you edit out the delay between camera and phone? And at the end the camera was off, the wifi was off so i know that it was edited after to make it look better.

  3. Hey GoPro, WHY!! have you not put a tutorial on how to get your updates from your app to the 3+'s THAT IS MORE IMPORTANT,thank goodness for others on YT.
    This is about three years to late for most people.

  4. Athlete: Tom Wallisch
    Vertical: Skiing
    Topics: Helmet Mount, GoPro App, 1440p48

    In episode 5 of GoPro's Athlete Tips and Tricks series, we mingle with Freestyle Skiing and rail-sliding legend, Tom Wallisch. Between runs at X-Games, Tom sheds light on how to properly mount a Curved Adhesive mount to a helmet. After, he demonstrates how he uses the GoPro App to frame perfect shots. This video is littered with fantastic POV shredding on the X-Games Aspen course. Turn up the volume, hit that HD button and enjoy!  

    Stomping double corks smoother than Tom? Capture the moment with these versatile mounts at – http://gopro.com/camera-mounts

    One more thing before you go! Dig deeper into this Athlete Tips and Tricks series on YouTube to learn from the best on how to maximize your GoPro cameras and products.

    As always, happy capturing!

    You might see examples of extreme use in this video.  Please take appropriate precautions to ensure your own safety, the safety of those around you, and to protect your GoPro camera

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