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So I'm interested in getting a dash cam set up for the TV. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations?
 

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Couple things possible.
You can mount a small action camera (GoPro for example) on the handlebar via a Rammount.

Looking at how the windshield is formed and how how high it is. It might block the view a bit when extended.

What you also can do is add a small camera to your helmet. Place it on the side of your helmet or somewhere on the chin area or even on the top.
You need some good sticky tape like 3M. (Usually is provided with a GoPro kit)

Go to youtube and type: how to make a motovlog helmet. Chaseontwowheels has a couple videos on that.

In both cases, if something happens on the road you got videoproof.
 

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You can mount it on the rear face of the winshield, just behind where the GPS is placed usually. Otherwise, RAM mount on the handlebar. And if you don't use a GPS, the GPS mount from MV is also an option.
 

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I've been looking into INNOVV K2. Front and rear auto 1080p (H.264 compression, MP4) dual-camera recording system on SD 256 GB at 30fsp and parking recording. 120 angle front and rear visibility. App for a phone via WiFi. Waterproof.
https://www.innovv.com/

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So I'm interested in getting a dash cam set up for the TV. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations?
If you like using a Gopro this attachment mechanism makes it easy for helmet use and other attachment points. No adverse turbulence as if attached on the side or top of a helmet and can be switched to a different helmet/person easily. If your gopro is voice activated it will pick up your verbal cues too when not moving too fast.
In addition, the Gopro, when attached to the helmet, catches video where you are looking not just straight ahead or directly back. For me, I have multiple bikes with different style helmets so it is a win/win.

Dango Designs gripper
https://www.dango-design.com/
 

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I tried to record video on my phone from my ram mount and it was terrible. I guess you have to have a phone or camera that us REALLY good at dealing with the vibrations.



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Here's my setup, Mobius camera with bigger battery(4 hours) $65 on ebay + $20 for bigger battery, excellent picture and sound quality.
 

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I just did this yesterday. €40 on aliexpress for a front and rear camera. I managed to hide them well. Noone can find my front cam. It works great! I wired it into Acc so its always recoring when the bike is on. Im just waiting for the extra SD card but image on the monitor is crisp.
 

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I just did this yesterday. €40 on aliexpress for a front and rear camera. I managed to hide them well. Noone can find my front cam. It works great! I wired it into Acc so its always recoring when the bike is on. Im just waiting for the extra SD card but image on the monitor is crisp.
Which system, innovv? That's the fully integrated system.
 

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A friend of mine used to ride with a helmet mounted camera, he stopped doing that when his camera and the SD card in it was confiscated by the police when he was involved in an accident. The accident was proved not to be his fault, but the footage was also used to prove that he was going quite a bit over the speed limit when a car failed to stop and drove out in front of him. He was given half the blame for the accident, and had no compensation, and the insurance company refused to pay for the damage to his bike. Just think about it when you ride with the camera on :devilish: It works both ways when you record something.
 
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I've been looking into INNOVV K2. Front and rear auto 1080p (H.264 compression, MP4) dual-camera recording system on SD 256 GB at 30fsp and parking recording. 120 angle front and rear visibility. App for a phone via WiFi. Waterproof.
Motorcycle Camera | Worldwide| INNOVV

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I've looked at this system too and will probably get one at the end of the year.

For the time being I use the Drift 4K cameras, similar to the Go-Pro's but I find better battery life and a bit smaller.
 

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I've looked at this system too and will probably get one at the end of the year.

For the time being I use the Drift 4K cameras, similar to the Go-Pro's but I find better battery life and a bit smaller.
If you end up getting the K2 please let us all know your thoughts. That system is a long time away for me...
 

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A friend of mine used to ride with a helmet mounted camera, he stopped doing that when his camera and the SD card in it was confiscated by the police when he was involved in an accident. The accident was proved not to be his fault, but the footage was also used to prove that he was going quite a bit over the speed limit when a car failed to stop and drove out in front of him. He was given half the blame for the accident, and had no compensation, and the insurance company refused to pay for the damage to his bike. Just think about it when you ride with the camera on :devilish: It works both ways when you record something.
I agree, thats why I like to have a camera thats not obvious. That way I get to choose what footage is shared
I've looked at this system too and will probably get one at the end of the year.

For the time being I use the Drift 4K cameras, similar to the Go-Pro's but I find better battery life and a bit smaller.
That looks awesome and has some features like wifi mine does not. But for 100x the cost, Im happy with my purchase.
 

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@KC skyrider -- Yep, my thoughts as well, I have a concealed backwards pointing camera, that powers on with the bike and just records and deletes the oldest recording when the card is full.
Also -- Good quality picture is essential, you need to be able to make out license plates etc. in case you rely on the camera footage as evidence.. You just always have to remember that if you end up in court with something like this the lawyers of the "opponent" will try to use your own footage against you :rolleyes:
 
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If you end up getting the K2 please let us all know your thoughts. That system is a long time away for me...
Will do, but at earliest it will be the end of this year / beginning of next year. Something else by then may be out. Watch this space. I want mine for trackdays and want Go-Pro / Drift quality, but also for the few times I ride on the road as a back up.
 
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