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Old 06-03-2010, 11:12 PM   #1
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What's a good HD camera for the bike

I'm leaving for Arkansas Saturday and want to get an HD cam corder to video some of it. I want something I can use off the bike so the gopro is out. What's a good camera?
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are you going to use it for the bike also? if so, do not get a hard drive camera, it vibrates too much and wont work on a bike
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the Go Pro comes with a suction cup mount that m pretty sure you can use in a car/truck...havent done it my self so im just assuming
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I plan on using it on the bike, but I also want to be able to use it off of the bike. Well, I guess now that I think about it there's not really anything else I'd want to video. Hmmm I guess I should just get a go pro.
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GOPRO HD!

i've gotten gigs upon gigs of vid...the hard part now is organizing all my stuff and editing it down.

suction cup works great on truck, top of rental racecar, scooter, and bike. Have also used suction cup on a flat part of my helmet and that worked well too.

the extra mounts make mounting anywhere possible.

i also use the "chesty" mount a lot.

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