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DustyWheels
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Sports action Cameras

Post by DustyWheels » Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:15 pm

Looking at getting a sports action/ pov style camera in the near future and be interested to hear other ppls views and experiences.

I'm really only looking at these, with the view to be able to take single shot, Photo burst and Time lapse photos whiles riding, instead of having a camera on a lanyard etc abd havng stop an stuff about to get "that" shot that you often see whilst riding and think "that would make a great pic"
I still plan on taking my regular "point and shoot" camera as well for "off the bike shots.

Main contenders for me atm are the Drift HD or Ghost and the Gopro Hero 3 "black" as both these have the remote, which would make thing a hell of a lot easier.
To my knowlodge these are the only two that have a remote.
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Re: Sports action Cameras

Post by plindz » Thu Mar 28, 2013 7:57 pm

Try this one - bound to pick up for a bargain. Nicely counter balanced
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Re: Sports action Cameras

Post by DustyWheels » Thu Mar 28, 2013 8:56 pm

:imaposer::thumb:
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