One of the advantages of action-sport cameras is that they are extremely small and do not require a viewfinder to operate due to the extremely wide lens. You can point them to a general direction and usually capture what’s happening around you. If you spend a little post processing time in reframing and trimming the footage it’s possible to capture moments that would be difficult with a full size DSLR. I usually walk around towns with a GoPro attached at the end of my monopod and hit the record button without even looking at the camera. It looks and functions like a walking stick, and most people don’t even notice the camera. Below are some footage obtained this way. Enjoy…

Video flaneuring through Guadalajara, Mexico

Guadalajara from Nonurbia on Vimeo.

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