Helmet Camera

raleighnut

Legendary Member
Location
On 3 Wheels
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Shut Up Legs

Down Under Member
To keep @raleighnut even happier: here's my rebuttal. :okay: In all the head impacts I've had (mostly minor single-vehicle accidents, i.e. me slipping on something), I've NEVER hit the top of my head. So I have no problem mounting a video camera on my helmet. As far as I'm concerned, that's what helmets are for: they make excellent camera mounts. I'm not going to live in fear of the unlikely event of having a camera-shaped hole in the top of my head, but having a camera that points where my face points is very useful, particularly in Melbourne where the motorists have a generally poor atittude to cyclists.
 

Mr_Kipling

Well-Known Member
Location
Berkshire
I get the impression that a lot of forum users on here are against the idea of using a helmet camera. I use one and have done for a while. Having a camera on your helmet doesn't automatically mean you are a self-righteous $+$¥« looking for trouble.
 

Snapper88

Well-Known Member
Location
Northampton
I have a contour roam 2. Its a decent camera but find the battery life is poor. I also brought a 32gb class 10 micro sd card so I didnt have to keep deleting film every day.

I use the camera for recording beekeeping videos to post on my facebook page
 

Fnaar

Smutmaster General
Location
Thumberland
I use the camera for recording beekeeping videos to post on my facebook page
I'd get a real buzz out of that :smile: (gets coat, vacates hive)
 

wisdom

Veteran
Location
Blackpool
I have a contour roam 2. Its a decent camera but find the battery life is poor. I also brought a 32gb class 10 micro sd card so I didnt have to keep deleting film every day.

I use the camera for recording beekeeping videos to post on my facebook page
Off topic but excellent video.Are the hives nationals
 
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