NCBike is smooth, but you still get vibration from certain mounting locations. When you mount the camera to the helmet the body act as a stabilizer. There's no stabilizing involved in the editing, all I do is trim the clips, put them together, and add some commentary. It's a trial and error process; on the video below you can see how I mounted the camera to the front of the bike and the video was nearly unusable.Excellent video. Either that is the smoothest track in America or you are using some excellent video stabilization software. If it is the latter, please share. Despite my camera mounting being rock solid., video from Sonoma looks like I'm riding a paved motocross track.
Then there's the audio; for the most part if you don't use an external microphone there's going to be plenty of wind-noise and vibration to make it an annoying video to watch.
All in good fun. I made some compromises when I bought the XR, but when I was at the track I was really wishing I was riding the RR instead.True dat! To be fair, we are all to blame. :frown2: The OP poked fun at the red S1000RR in print and in the video.