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January 10, 2003, 12:08 PM

I already Have a Digital Camera, but is there some kind of univeral attachment that will let me connect a Helmet Cam to it, So I could leave the actual camera under the seat but have the helmet cam exposed?


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January 10, 2003, 01:13 PM

I have a Sony DCR-TRV120. I have a lipstick/helmet cam but it fried internally I think, because I wired it directly to the battery. Should've added an inline fuse. It worked great until the wires fried. It has the standard white and yellow A/V connection which I can connect to the Sony's provided A/V wire. No sound though. I'd need an external mic. There are helmet cams available with a microphone. I've made my best (smoothest) onboard videos with it mounted to the front of my Interceptor 500. I never got a chance to try it on my SV. I could have some cool wheelie vids.
As long as you have some way of connecting to your camera with the red/white/yellow A/V connectors, you're good to go.


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January 13, 2003, 04:53 PM

I got mine from HelmetCam.com. $239 for remote camera lens, microphone, battery and charger in "nifty" carrying case. Best part, they are located in Fredericksburg, about an hour away. They also replaced my camera lens free when I busted it during my little get-off in W. Va last year.


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January 29, 2003, 12:43 PM

i had the helmetcamera.com camera and i thought it sucked.

there's a european site that has a better camera, higher resolution, interchangeable lens, adapters for ac hookups and best of all... it's cheaper than helmetcamera.com

i forget the site tho.


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February 4, 2003, 06:49 AM

is bulletcam.com any good? and what kinda video camera do you guys recommend for this?


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February 6, 2003, 02:56 PM

here's the uk site to check out.....

http://www.rfconcepts.co.uk/helmet_cameras.htm


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