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Good evening to all !!

Here is my very first try with handle hand video with my a7iv using Gyroflow.

I didnt go up at shutterspeed like 1/200 like other users said to avoid blur here and there 

and the results at some cases didnt go well.

But for the first time i use it , i thing is a very powerful tool !

So , here is my pride, the Tenere 700 with a recent change in full body exhaust, filter and program.

+5.5 horses that didn't spoil us at all!

The sound from the camera does not accurately reflect the sound of the exhaust, but what did we do!

 

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Good morning to everyone !

like i sad. i got one zoom h1n, so...
For me guys this is the best sound (until today)
from exhaust in Tenere 700.
A sunny and quick ride out to one of the beaches in my area.
Kavala Greece.
Turns, narrow roads, bridges and a crazy provincial straight that I reach top speed somewhere in the 8th minute.
There is also an unexpected confusion from 2nd to 3rd gear in the speeds, a small thing.
Here's the video

 

 

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