Very nice! I'll be hauling my GoPro up to Mammoth for next weekend, haven't played with that one in a while.The issue of using the chest mount is that it tends to bounce around a little more than the helmet mount. There's also the issue of landing on your chest in a fall. SInce I put together this video, I've mounted a GoPro on a ski gate and used a wrist mount. I have a few more ideas for next season.
Some people mount a go pro on a ski to get a different shot for the edit. It is not like they show the entire clip from that view unless it is to see how a ski is handling the terrain and skiing.I had a blast playing around with my GoPro 3+ silver at PC several weeks back, and will be hauling it up there in another couple of weeks for our return trip. I'm using a stick-on mount attached to my Bolle helmet, but the location point on that helmet are somewhat limited due to the contours and vents.
Here's a sample:
This is set at 960, you can see the ski tips and get a pretty good scenic view as well. I'm thinking about trying their chest mount, but what really got me wondering was the concept of mounting the camera on a ski. There's probably hellacious vibration not seen since my days of working in a small aerospace company with a "shaker table", but that might be correctable. I've also done some rearward facing video of people following me which also turned out really cool...