Ouch, I guess you probably don't want to see the vid I shot later with the wife!You have a fat a$$!!!
Can't waste all the good stuff on a test video. I'll liven it up a bit on the next!and a less depressing song
Haven't actually tried the still photo feature yet, but it is capable of a pic every 2, or 5 seconds as well.How do you find the photo quality of this camera? I remember some of them had the option to automatically take shots every 5 seconds.
That's the plan. As you can see, I live in sportbike hell, flat and straight everywhere. I plan to take this thing to some of my favorite "scenic twisties", and burn up some memory cards. Then I'll be able to share something worthwhile.Would be interesting for a roadtrip if the shots were decent quality.
It comes with a bunch of adhesive backed clips, that attach to the bike or helmet, then the camera mount clips into them. I'm going to try to find some other interesting places to mount it, but for this it was on the tail, at the back of the pillion seat, in front of the grab bar.Looks good. How is it mounted? I saw a VFR around here with it just "sticky taped" to the tail. Did you mount it this way?
I was surprised how much it actually captured, considering it was only 12" behind me. A bit distorted obviously, but still kinda impressive.Very nice resolution. Interesting mount point also. Still see lots to the sides.
Thanks.... I work out!Nice ass!
I can't wait to try it out in the twisties for exactly that reason. I can't wait to see what I look like when I "push" a bit.seems like that mount could be good for diagnosing problems in riding form. It's always hard to tell exactly what your body is doing, and sometimes it feels right even when it isn't