I’m just back from our trip to the ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring. A full report on that trip is still coming. During touristenfahrten the week after the race, I had the chance try my new Rylo at The Nürburgring on some laps. I created a short video of one lap I’m calling “Rylo On The Ring” that shows some of the cool capabilities of the camera.
Have a look at the video to see how it handles the changing lighting inside and outside the car. It also shows the automatic horizon, image stabilization and picture-in-picture handled by the custom Rylo software. Overall the software makes it very easy to use and get great results! The only real complaint would be the dark image from inside the car most of the time, but the outside shots are very nice.
I used the Rylo software on my iPhone to frame what I wanted the viewer to see from the 360 degree video. I left the image stabilizer and horizon leveling on. I only used iMovie to set the color balance and assemble the clips.
I used a suction cup windshield mount I got from Amazon that works with most sport cameras that use the typical GoPro mounting system and placed the Rylo high on the inside of the windshield in its included everyday case.
It’s not a fast lap, mind you, so don’t expect to see Ring Taxi speeds. With only about 20 laps under my belt, I’m still learning, but getting faster every trip. I expect to have my Rylo at the Nürburgring in the future as it’s capable, small and easy to use.
The YouTube video is linked above and embedded below, but it is also available on Vimeo.