True, but a quick delete function like the Ducati 1098 engine data system would be a good response!mikef4uk said:People in the UK have been taken to court with the evidence from 'on bike' footage, best left for the track I think, If they looked at anything on board form any of our ride outs there would be a ban and hefty fine heading my way for sure :jsm:
Warning:read next post...Sheriffof0 said:OK, here's a really cool piece of kit to film your ride with:
Perfect timing for Christmas, huh?
I agree with you, but price is very low and image quality is enough for little video posted on web sites like Youtube.Velocemoto said:Warning:
I got stung and bought one of these cheapies, in the idealistic hope it could replace the elaborate setup I now use....for those who have watched any of Velocemoto's videos, you'll know we at least have great quality onboard footage...both video, and now audio.
This ACT2K is really at the very lowest end of quality. The captured video is very jumpy, very jittery and the claimed 30fps is really quie laughable....the sound is terrible.
The concept of having a totally "wire-free" onboard camera is awsome, but this particular one doesn't really do it yet if you want a decent video to watch at the end of your ride.
For a further review by a pro...read this:
I've done some more expereimenting with mine as well, or moreso the video captured.750four said:These guys show how it can be improved http://www.utahtrikes.com/ARTICLE-31.html
I have one myself, and would agree that - as it comes - the sound quality is very poor. (Removing the battery cover/end-cap gives a noticeable improvement though). Here's a short clip, taken with the bog-standard camera. Picture quality is reduced on uploading, so the original video is better than this: http://s78.photobucket.com/albums/j92/weeveetwin/?action=view¤t=MVonboardEdit_0002.flv