A beautiful powder skiing day Gopro Hero 6 Black skiing handheld stabilization test Fabulous Ski Tips

A beautiful powder skiing day Gopro Hero 6 Black skiing handheld stabilization test.     CLICK HERE TO GET YOURS ON AMAZON https://goo.gl/Vpvm11                                        The stabilization system of the Gopro Hero 6 Black does a pretty good job whilst powder skiing handheld, even better than the Gopro Hero 5 Black which was already pretty good. A fresh snow has fallen overnight at the end of March, makes a great opportunity to learn, practice and/or to improve your powder skiing technique. The Gopro is a great little camera, a fantastic tool to have in your ski jacket pocket and use it here and there to capture some great footage of your favourite action sport outdoors. I like to just handheld it as that gives me the flexibility of moving it and position it in every angle and direction quickly, which i wouldn’t be able to do if it was mounted on the ski helmet for example. The Gopro Hero 6 Black has this new zoom feature which allows to be a bit more far apart from your subject and still getting it to fill the frame. I like to use the Linear mode most of the times, then switching to a wide angle view when shooting an expansive landscape. The audio from the inbuilt microphone seems to have improved from the previous Gopro’s ..even from the Hero 5 black The battery life also seems to have improved as well, I could shoot all day out skiing without running out of power. I do however only turn it on to get the clip i want, then turn it off and I put it back in the pocket. Using it this way compared to having it mounted all day on the helmet helps to increase the battery life.

This video was all captured in 1080p at 60fps and no color grading or post processing done, it’s all footage straight out of the camera. Thank you for passing by and for reading this post and for watching the video, if you have any question, you’re welcome to post them in the comment section below the video here on Youtube. If you liked the video, you’re also welcome to press the LIKE button below, and to subscribe to the channel Fabulous Sport Outdoors and to click on the bell to keep informed about next videos coming up on the channel. Tank you again and.. see you in the next video!                          If you need extra stabilization, check out our quick first look at the Zhiyun Smooth Q Gimbal Smartphone Stabilizer Test Review by Fabulous Outdoors https://fabulousoutdoors.wordpress.com Get it from Amazon: https://goo.gl/QiLwGL It works with the Gopro too! 😉 Music Credits: “Fresh Fallen Snow” from the Youtube Audio Library

Val Senales Schnalstal Glacier Skiing November Ski & Snow Conditions

Val Senales, also called Schnalstal, is a side valley of the Vinschgau in the autonomous province of South Tyrol, Italy. The valley belongs almost in its entirety to the municipality of Schnals, while small parts in the entrance area lie in Naturns und Kastelbell-Tschars.
The Vernagt-Stausee reservoir is located in the valley. Braunes Bergschaf, a rare breed of domesticated sheep, is raised there.
In 1991, Ötzi, a well-preserved natural mummy from about 3300 BC, was found in the nearby Schnalstal glacier.
Skiing at the Val Senales Glacier is equally suitable for children and families as well as professionals.

For decades, the Hochjochferner glacier has been a training center for world-class athletes in both Alpine and cross-country skiing. Enthusiasts of ski touring will find ideal snow conditions, and cross-country skiers will be drawn to panoramic high altitude trails. Food lovers have a choice of five different mountain restaurants offering delicious traditional mountain dishes on sunny terraces.

The ski area offers a complete range of services, including a ski depot, ski rental, skiing lessons, hotels, and camping sites right next to the slopes. Thanks to the varied ticket options available at the Val Senales Glacier in South Tyrol, every visitor will find an offer to suit their budget and needs.
If you require any more information about it, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Chiesetta di Maso Corto Val Senales Schnalstal Trentino Alto Adige Italy
Chiesetta di Maso Corto Val Senales Schnalstal Trentino Alto Adige Italy

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Touchscreen Ski Gloves Test Review: eGlove Heliski

eGlove Heli-ski Touchscreen Ski Gloves Test – Tested & Recommended by Fabulous Ski
With the modern touchscreen technology, most people have phones, smartphones & tablets which require the touch of the screen to operate the control keys. When you go skiing, you are wearing ski gloves which makes the touchscreen operation impossible, and it is very frustrating having to take your gloves off, or if you drop a ski glove from a chairlift whilst trying to send a text message, respond to a phone call, etc.
These eGlove ski gloves are the perfect solution to that problem as they enable you to keep the gloves on while still being able to use your touchscreen smartphone.
We have tested here the Heli-Ski Pro eGlove which is a very good glove made with high grade goats leather, which brings the ultimate soft feel and warmth and with the latest in glove technology built to use your touchscreen .They are also very robust being reinforced with PU where the Ski edges would normally cause damage, good choice for ski season long, wear and tear. They also provide fast and easy exit for your thumb and forefingers to quickly undo zips and accurately use your touchscreen phone using conductive finger tips. With a leash and draw string to ensure you are set for all elements in the mountains. These are the best Ski Mitts you will ever own. Don’t compromise on your kit and feel the benefit.

• High grade goats leather
• Waterproof, windproof inner and out glove fabric
• Touchscreen conductive pads for use with all touchscreen phones and other devices
• Oversized self seal ports
• Robust PU palms
• Oversized cuffs
• Wrist leash

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