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Old 09-25-2022, 04:07 PM   #1
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Seeing gots2no's post about changing the lens in his "on bike" camera made me think about getting one.
Since I've moved to northern Arkansas I've been wanting to share some videos of my rides. The roads here are awesome, as you know, and I'd like to be able to put that out there.
The camera that gots2no has is in the mid-$300 range. I'm wondering if there's something that would do what I need that's less, since I don't need the rear facing feature.
Any suggestions for something fairly inexpensive that does a nice job?
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Your cheapest option is probably going to be a off brand action cam, or a older gen go pro with a hard wire kit.
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Or just save a little longer and buy a quality GroPro. The newer ones are amazing and capture great footage when you are in action.
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I really like the INNOVV K2. It's a DVR hard wired to the bike with front and rear cameras. Starts recording when you start the bike and no batteries to charge. You can set it to stop when the SD card is full or overwrite the oldest entries. It has GPS with a map of your route. The only negative for me was the wide angle lenses it HAD like most action cameras.
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