Yeah the fish eye is only nice for some things and others it sucks.
My Drift has a wider angle at 760p then at 1080p, check your manual to see if there is
Its good to have a few cameras for different things as well. For just normal stuff use a regular video camera or smart phone and use the GP for helmet 1st person POV.
For my vids I have:
1: Phone for stills and video
2: DRIFT for helmet bike mounting and time lapse
3: Canon G9 for stills
4: New toy!! Canon Vixia M41 for normal and zoom video
I would do everything at 720p as it is best compromise for quality, storage space and compression/steaming.
Any action stuff use 60fps settings or you will get a rolling shutter effect (wobble/warble)
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