Thanks! It went reasonably well; there were some network dropouts but it was good enough. The goal is to build a portable system with my ATEM and use the Vaxis 500 for the remote camera. I wasn’t ready to remotely control the ATEM while walking around interviewing people, so carrying the Yolobox was the quickest solution. The hardest part was holding the camera with one hand while deleting the intro video and selecingt the end credits video- I really wish the Yolobox could let you add multiple videos as sources.
The GoPro cage has a 52mm filter mount, there’s just a UV filter on there to protect the lens. If it had been sunny I’d have used an ND filter but that’s not often a problem in Portland!
The rig weighs about 6lbs including the power bank I put on to keep the Yolobox and phone charged. The nice thing about the extension handle the Yolobox is mounted to was I could use both hands, and the G6 did a great job of keeping the video smooth. As I was walking I’d have to one-hand the rig because I was carrying a 3d printed handheld mic for the Go II. Not going to lie, my right arm was a little shaky afterwards!