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HOW-TO: Video From A Motorcycle
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HOW-TO: Video From A Motorcycle - July 31, 2006, 07:07 AM

All,

I'm trying to a make a single web page with all the hints about using camcorders on bikes that I've come across.

This is what I have so far:

http://flandersland.tzo.com/CameraTips.htm


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Nice job with your site. Lots of info. What do you think about twenty20 cameras? http://www.twenty20camera.com/index.html


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July 31, 2006, 09:39 AM

AWESOME write up!

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Get one that records to Mini-DV tape. The ones that record to CD or DVD skip a lot ... and the ones that record to SD or other flash card compress the video, so the best you can get in terms of quality is MPEG2 or 4 (which is mediocre). Even a cheap camcorder will give much better quality than the “card” type DVRs (to include the newer DV recorders like those made by Archos).
Such great advice, I tell people that all the time when they're just buying a camera for home too. Why start out with lower image quality?


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July 31, 2006, 09:51 PM

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Nice job with your site. Lots of info. What do you think about twenty20 cameras? http://www.twenty20camera.com/index.html
Oooh. Kewl.

I've never seen that site, Dodge.

Good stuff, from the looks of it.

I'll take sometime this weekend to give it a good look. Thanks!


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