Photos and video captured by Narrative Clip 2
Johan, Angie, Tobias, Josh and Maria recently spent a Saturday morning on a bike ride in San Francisco. They picked up some bikes at Blazing Saddles in Fisherman’s Wharf and headed for Sausalito. Johan has shared some of the adventure he captured with his Narrative Clip 2.
Off we go!
5 minutes in and it’s already time for a stop.
Angie in a zipper framed shot.
“Are we all here?”
A short break to explore some tunnels
Heading for pizza at Bar Bocce, a cool spot on the water with a mini beach and bocce court. Highly recommended!
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Wondering…. How/when did you get your Clip2? Were you a purchaser or was this a promo unit?
The people mentioned in this blog post are all on the Narrative Team. Thus we had the chance to get our hands on an early Clip 2 unit. The unit we used to capture this bike ride was also used for testing before shipping began.
Looking forward to sharing the Clip 2 experience with you soon. 🙂
The camera seems to have some notable distortions at the edges (as seen in the images and videos in this post). Is there a way to fix this?
Why is the video in portrait mode? Is the orientation based on the camera, or does it auto-rotate using sensors?
On the Clip 1 it is based on the camera so I’d expect that not to change with Clip 2. Portrait mode seems to be all the rage these days on Periscope and Snapchat, so maybe it was intentional?
Hi @disqus_c7CRzfb0WK:disqus @disqus_shamino:disqus Great questions! @Eric The video orients according to the detected angle in 90-deg steps, like a normal phone video. @disqus_shamino We are constantly improving our firmware, it will be better from what you see here! We look forward to posting more content soon! /Angelyn