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10/09/16 at 01:55pm in Video policy?
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I recently bought a Gopro and Ivam looking for info on what mounts the park allows and the process of getting approval to use it in the park.
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10/09/16 at 02:10pm in Video policy?
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My understanding is that you take the rig to guest services, they'll approve it and give you something to show that you have permission.
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10/09/16 at 02:11pm in Video policy?
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Either a chest harness or an arm band, and it must be approved by a guest services supervisor.

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10/09/16 at 04:35pm in Video policy?
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(10/09/16 02:11pm)Psyduck Wrote:  Either a chest harness or an arm band, and it must be approved by a guest services supervisor.

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Are the more or less standard wrist and chest ones generally acceptable to the park or is there a certain type that I should look for? My main reason for posting was I was having a hard time determining what met the standards on the website and I don't want to spend money buying something that the park will say doesn't meet their standards for safe use.

Also when you say guests service I am assuming the area right to the right as you pass through the gates? I know that seems like a stupid question but I had confusion even from park employees on that before.
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12/30/16 at 07:58pm in Video policy?
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Sovquick question does anyone know if the approval process so on ride video is the same for Christmas Town as the rest of the year. I finally got a gopro for Christmas and want to try it out but can't find any info on the Christmas Town website about rules.
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01/03/17 at 11:11am in Video policy?
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The chest or wrist harness must be made by Go Pro. They will not accept other manufactures.
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01/03/17 at 12:21pm in Video policy?
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I know the season is over, but apparently Guest Relations had nothing to do with it this time. Instead, you go to a ride to get it approved.

This could be a much better way to do this in the future. In the past, most team members would send people back to England instead of calling a supervisor. Or they would just ignore the policy altogether. Of course, neither of those were good practices.

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01/04/17 at 04:27pm in Video policy?
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My son and I had our GoPro and Chestie. We started at Loch Ness, and they called a supervisor over who gave us the card/pass for the day. Pretty quick process. He said we would need a new card each day (and that it had to be GoPro). Almost all the attendants asked for the card the rest of the day, though many did not actually look at it.
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01/06/17 at 12:14pm in Video policy?
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The only problem I see with the GoPro is that it's a bit tough to quickly upload footage (such as the new theming added on Le Scoot) online. It is possible- it's just less direct than a smart phone, which I know is not as safe.

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