Hello, fellow two-wheelers!
I consider mounting a (double) dash cam on my bike, and I can´t navigate in the jungle - I would rather get tips from experienced people in here. INNOVV seems to be a good choice, but one place it was mentioned that it stops recording for a short period of time now...
There and back again
A quote from Lord of the rings, the film being made on location in New Zealand. I needed some distraction over xmas new year and wanting to get away I couldn't get any further than NZ. I chose the right place to get distracted.
Many say the best parts of Europe are mirrored...
I got one of those cheapo video cameras the other day, £14.00 for the camera and an 8gig card delivered to my door! (sorry Craig);)
Last night I made up a helmet mount of sorts and was going to test it out today but as it was snowing a bit I decided to use the car instead because I am not sure...
At lunchtime to do a few trails near home. Most of them were dead ends and ended up at fields but one of them was a couple of miles long we made it through to the far end. It was pretty boggy in places as judging by the hoof prints and poo it sees a fair bit of equine traffic.
As ever the...
Just seen that Amazon have a special deal on the HD video camera I use (less than £220)
Sanyo VPC-CA9EBK HD Waterproof Dual Video and Photo: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics & Photo
I think I may be buying another one.
Thought I'd post this on behalf of a good friend of mine. Figured you fellow travellers might be interested. His intro below.
On Monday 15th September 2008, I got home from work after a particularly demanding day and thought to myself “wow, I’m thirty...
Just popped on the video camera this morning for the trip to work.
Door to door 40 minutes but as the video shows it would take over 1 hour 10 in the car
Filtering is such a touchy subject - when I recently took the bike bike test the feeling of the instructors in the area was not to...
Taking the kids and mrs alpslapper to Barcelona in a few hours.
Have a great week everyone. :thumbright:
Whealie picked up that video camera you recommended. It will be severely tested in the sea in about 8 hours time :)
Well then, where do i start?
I wanted to lose my offroad cherry on the DRZ and i think its fair to say the cherry is now, erm, consumed.
Possibly due to my dual sport tyres I found myself doing better on steep, loose boulders than on anything muddy, grassy or rutted. The first stack was on...
get the brake lever mount with 2 balls from RAM, cut one of them off. (dont get the one with the screwed on ball, the thread is wrong! and it costs more.)
drill and tap this ball 1/4"UNC, the standard camera mount size.
bond into it a 1" length of 1/4"UNC stud, (or a screw, then cut off the...
Cannon XL1s for sale. I bought this camera new a little over a year ago, and it has less then 40 hours use. It was never used as a player, I only ever used Sony Premium MiniDV Tapeand is in excellent condition. Camera Comes with 16X lens with sun hood, two foam and one fur microphone socks...
Here's a suggestion for people considering filming their biking.
I recently bought this Sanyo Xacti C65 waterproof digital video camera.
It costs as little as about £150.
It uses SD cards, so I fitted an 8gb card.
It can be hand held but has a standard tripod mount on the bottom, so I bought...
What a great day out. Some fantastic areas to ride and good company. Cheers Logan for showing us around and the usual cheers to Ian and Roy for the laughs.
Anyway, heres some pic's :D
The Motley crew. :D
The day had started out damp and cool (how many pairs of trousers Ian?) and then turned...
Alllo, Having cash shortfall so selling the following. :(
1) Sony MHC-RG290 Mini Hifi,
3 CD Changer with MP3 Playback
Twin Cassette (very modern) :blob2:
2 x 90Watt RMS
Various Equilizers, Rock Pop ect... and Groove.
Only 6 Month's old, Perfect Working Order.
This tool box is completly waterproof (so far)
These are the frames I built to support my soft luggage, also the Viper end can was of a CBR600
I made the grill by drawing it out on a piece wood then knocking nails in it following my drawing, then just bent the steel bar round the jig and...
We're after a video camera. We had one years ago whih broke and we never bothered to replace but I'm being put under unrelenting pressure now to replace it (from the kids). I wasnt that keen to be honest as it's not something we ever used much and never missed. Can't remember what our old one...