Today’s episode is filled with information on Follow and Action Cameras. Ute and Heather take on the Techy side of riding again with a detailed review of action and follow cameras. EQA podcast #88 is filled with information that you need to hear about. From cameras you mount on your helmet to robotic systems that will help you record your lessons, training sessions and your adventures along the trail. If you want to live stream we’ve got you covered, and don’t forget the cameras that can help you keep an eye on your special cargo in your trailer.
Auto Follow and Action cameras, capturing all your adventures
Horse riding got a lot easier when the follow cameras were invented. With the simplicity of setting up a device along side the arena these robotic devices will zoom and pan out as they track you. You now have the ability to live stream directly to your trainer while you are riding. No more trying to explain to your coach what your horse is doing when you are asking for different actions. Proof will be in the video 🙂
Action cameras have also come along way since they hot the market. the ease of use the different styles make them very user friendly. The helmount cameras are still my favorite for capturing all of your adventures along the trail. However there are ones that attach to the your visor or the high tech james bond style on in your sunglasses.
Many different companies are making both the action and follow cameras in all budget levels. Pivo, Pixem and go pro are very popular. Lots to choices, live streaming, voice controls, multi distances. Do your research and you will find the right camera for you.
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- Helmet cameras
- Cameras for the arena
- Live streaming cameras
- Cameras for horse trailers
Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!
Today’s episode is sponsored by Horse India
Horse India aims to give you a holiday to remember, to ensure that through our safaris you can experience the passion we hold for the Marwari horse and Rajasthan. We want to share with you the thrill of riding the unique and spirited Marwari.
Ride through magical Rajasthan, feel the spirit of the Marwari horse as you discover history, culture, forts and palaces, by retracing old routes through the forests of the Aravalli (A-ra-Valley) Hills, and riding over the sand dunes of the Thar Desert. You may have heard of the “Golden Triangle” – well we ride the bit in the middle! Between the blue city of Jodhpur, the lake city of Udaipur, and within easy reach of the pink city of Jaipur.Join us to ride Marwari horses in their homeland.Horse India welcomes groups of 4 – 12 riders. They can cater to all riding abilities, but to get the most from the holidays you should be comfortable at a canter in the open countryside.
You can book your own private group, join one of our open groups, or if short on time ask us for Day rates. The most popular time to ride in Rajasthan is between October and March however, the rides can be booked for any time of year to suit your required dates, and will be tailored to suit the weather conditions (summer heat / monsoon rain etc) as well as your riding abilities and requirements. Families with children, and non-riding partners welcome.
For more information please check out their website and facebook pages.
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