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Hello all, there's a meteorshower tonight and I wanted to shoot it with my new GoPro hero3+ witch I just bought (and not really sure how to use...)

Any tips or advice would be great.

Thanks in advance ??

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If you live near me; suggest stick it on a cycle helmet and pedal about 200 miles to find a break in the clouds. Why do all the best sky sights coincide with poor weather and total cloud cover? Aaarrrggghhhh!

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Set it to night lapse, 30 sec continuous shots.... 12MP Wide and stick it in the middle of a garden or field away from direct lights...  however, depending how dark it is you should set the ISO to either 200 or 400... I've done it with my Hero 4 before and will again later if the clouds go away!! :-(

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