Wednesday, April 12, 2023

5 Tips for driving with cruise control

Cruise control is a helpful feature that can make long drives more comfortable and less tiring. However, it's important to use it safely to avoid accidents. Here are some tips for driving safely while using cruise control:

  1. Check the road conditions: Before you engage cruise control, make sure the road conditions are safe. If the road is wet or slippery, it's best to avoid using cruise control as it can increase the risk of losing control of your vehicle.

  2. Keep a safe distance: Maintain a safe following distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. Cruise control maintains a constant speed, but it doesn't react to changes in traffic conditions or unexpected obstacles. Therefore, it's important to be alert and ready to take control of the vehicle if necessary.

  3. Use cruise control on highways or open roads: Cruise control is most useful on highways or open roads with minimal traffic and no stop-and-go traffic. Avoid using it in heavy traffic or city driving.

  4. Monitor your speed: Keep an eye on your speedometer and adjust your speed as needed. If you need to slow down, disengage the cruise control and apply the brakes.

  5. Use cruise control only when you are fully alert: Avoid using cruise control when you are feeling drowsy or fatigued. Cruise control can make it easy to lose focus, and it's important to be alert and aware of your surroundings at all times.

By following these tips, you can safely use cruise control and enjoy a more comfortable and relaxed driving experience.



- Will 

Monday, April 10, 2023

Spring Thunderstorm In 4K with GoPro Media Mod Mic

When is the best time to set up your audio recorder device? Before the event.
When is the second best time to set up your audio recorder device? As the event starts.
When is the worst time to find out you do not own a 32gb or smaller MicroSD card? While setting up your audio recording device.

Guess the first thunderstorm of the Spring will be in GoPro Mono...

 Fortunately, we have the GoPro Media mod with a pretty solid (mono) microphone.  Anyway - enjoy the thunderstorm rolling in, and for best effect, watch it on YouTube.  While you're there, give the video a 'like', drop a comment and subscribe to the channel!


- Will