First KLR 650 MotoVlog-Testing Out Sony AS100V Camera & ATR3350 Microphone

I finally got the opportunity to hop on my KLR 650 and motovlog. I set up my Sony AS100V action cam the best I could, but I feel the horizon of the shot may still need some tweaking.

As for the in-helmet microphone setup, I couldn’t be happier. I picked the Audio Technica ATR3350is lavalier microphone up off Amazon for less than thirty bucks. You can’t beat that price for the quality. The audio accuracy is amazing. I feel it can used for many other applications, like gear reviews, head on shots, etc. An excellent investment for the vlogger. The ATR3350 is powered by a single watch battery. I’m curious as to how long it’ll last. Perhaps, some of you guys have had experience with this microphone?

The trusty KLR 650 was running smooth and sweet having had a fresh oil change , new brake pads, new Shinko 244 tires, clean chain and air filter. My most recent mod was Tusk D-Flex Handguards shown in the video.  More motovlogs soon to come, so check back in or subscribe to my youtube channel.  Until next time, I hope everyone has a great week as we near the end of August.

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Kayak Camping & Exploring Abandoned Places- Ketner’s Mill

This one was desolate and creepy.  What more could I ask for?  Not much, considering, I took a chance and threw this trip together on the fly.  Hustling to make time after work, I drove to one of my favorite local places- Little Sequatchie River.

Yes, this is another one of my Friday evening weekend warrior showdowns.  My original plans were a pile of boring.  I thought about a repeat trip to the TN River Blueway, but wizened up.  I aimed for the uncharted territory located in Jasper, TN, launching at an old abandoned place called Ketner’s Mill.  It’s a historic feature in a small town 20 minutes outside of Chattanooga, TN.

Hope you enjoy the video.  Be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel for more to come.

 

 

 

Kayak Camping TN River Blueway

You’re viewing my first blog post in about five years.  Yes, I used to be an avid blogger.  I quit after my career consumed my life, and I began working six to seven days a week.  I was miserable.  I’ve been a fan of many bloggers and youtubers over the past few years.  This has inspired me to begin documenting my own adventures now that I finally have the time.

I’m back on a normal five days a week schedule and I’m loving it.  I’ve been able to share some of my content and log my trips.  I’m not here for any kind of gain or publicity.  I love bloggers and vloggers who are simply honest individuals with real problems and work schedules like myself.  I love this community and look forward to getting to know you.  Thanks for your time and support.