Not sure if any of you guys have ever sat through the video to Taio Cruz's Break Your Heart, (here it is in all its glory:
), but there's some shots in there taken on board a speedboat going at quite a lick and I'm just wondering how on earth they managed to achieve that without the camera juddering all over the place and the picture breaking up.
I'd love to know, particularly as I've recently had a nightmare trying to get even a few seconds usable footage shot from a vehicle mount...
I'm gonna guess, for the shots from the bow looking aft, camera mount bolted to the front of the boat, plus some post-production motion stabilization, though it could also have been done with an RC chopper cam. Side profile shots in the cockpit look like they were shot conventionally and there seems to be plenty of bumps in there, one reason the shots may be really short.