Camera will be Canon 60d with a GoPro 2. The scene will be two jet skis riding around to tell a very short narrative , intercut with music (Action scene). I know to convey action it's all about angles so mounting the Go Pro on various different angles of the jet ski will convey this.
My question is which would be the best method of me incorporating my Canon 60d into the shot? As of now I will ride slowly next to them getting some shots hand held. Very dangerous since I will be over water. I'm thinking about buying a cheap plastic housing "Just in Case". But my 100% concern will be to never let the camera (Canon 60d) even close to the water and the plastic housing just to protect against splash shots. This will only be shot in a period of 30 mins.
So my set up would be one or two GoPro's changing the mounting setups to give different views and possibly riding along side a jet ski just to give it another perspective. If I decide to not bring my camera (60d) over the water I'm thinking of placing my camera over the shore on a tripod and using a long zoom lens to possibly get some shots.
Any opinion are gladly welcomed & like always this is being shot with really no budget & hopefully with proper planning trying to pull it off
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