My Ultimate Driving Machine - BMW 330Ci and Porsche 911
This is my second attempt at making a "car video". On a Sunday afternoon,
I met up with a pal and his car and we went for a drive.
There are three things that I need to do better (there are actually quite a
few more, but I'll start with three...):
1: Better story... I need to have a more compelling story and build it in
a particular way instead of shooting, editing, thinking of a story,
writing, narrating and posting... This is crazy and makes for a big pile
2: More camera angles... I only had two cameras at my disposal and
limited time... My pal is going to get a Hero Black for himself and he also
has a DSLR with video capabilities... I have a second friend that plans to
do the same... Hopefully we can get him and his ride out to do a story as
well... Write a shot list so that I can set up shots and shoot them
according to the story...that would be better....
3: Better writing.... I need to take more than 10 minutes to write the
narration.... Have a better story will probably help this out a lot... I
think if I do things in the right order the end product will be better...
Bottom line - less cheese..
4: I know I said only 3 things, but I need a 4th - Better Audio.... I
think that I need to get a good lav mic at least to record voice audio
through the iPhone/iPod touch to begin with and a decent digital audio
recorder in the future....
There are all kinds of other things I need to learn to keep these short
vids interesting, so I'll just keep grinding through the process...and
Thanks for watching :)
'01 330ci vs '69 Chevelle
Gainesville raceway in late September, ciraca 100 degree weather.
The 330ci has schrick cams 264 in, 248 out advertised. eBay hedders, AA
tune, but does not account for cams, 3.38 rear diff, Sumitomo HTRZ
255/40r17 2.5 deg neg camber, pss9 400lbs front, 457lbs rear, UUC luminum
Following the Ring Taxi with a BMW 330 Ci
In this video, I follow the BMW M5 V10 Ring Taxi with my BMW 330 Ci. Not
enough power but better brakes and handling ;)
The bars indicate longitudinal and lateral G Forces.
Video recorder is Chasecam PDR100 with integrated G-Force module.