Originally Posted by punkncat
Camera is pointed down too much. The only thing that was really visible most of the time was the back of your rotor and xvalve, and your hands. It was seldom that the shot was high enough to catch much of the action.
Personally I am not a fan of the barrel cam idea as it too often is pointed at the ground or the back of a bunker. The idea (hopefully) of a helmet cam is to see what the wearer saw.
The camera is designed to shoot a wide angle, hence the "fish eye" look. To get rid of the hopper and marker is virtually impossible. It is a learning process, so the angle of the camera is duly noted.