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10-29-2018, 07:17 AM

I did get a camera for my birthday, I was having trouble setting up the camera to get a good angle, the tripod it came with was very tiny. (Like 12 inches or slightly less (30 cm)) It looked ok on the camera's little screen but on my tv it was just horrible because of the flat angle. I need to get the camera a little higher up for sure. I will try to go have a pool night this week and see if I can't get a video together that is maybe worth watching. I also want to get an angle where it shows the table longwise, with the balls close to the camera, like professional streams usually have. I wasn't able to set anything up like that the first time I got to use the camera.


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10-29-2018, 08:03 AM

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I did get a camera for my birthday, I was having trouble setting up the camera to get a good angle, the tripod it came with was very tiny. (Like 12 inches or slightly less (30 cm)) It looked ok on the camera's little screen but on my tv it was just horrible because of the flat angle. I need to get the camera a little higher up for sure. I will try to go have a pool night this week and see if I can't get a video together that is maybe worth watching. I also want to get an angle where it shows the table longwise, with the balls close to the camera, like professional streams usually have. I wasn't able to set anything up like that the first time I got to use the camera.
Yes higher = better
Maybe you can make some kind platform where you can get tripod higher.


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