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bsa bikecam

Post by 2manyrides » Mon Oct 05, 2009 6:30 am

Now for the first time on this forum, and in new improved 16.9 aspect ratio...
Here's the SS with an on board camera, on the old road...

72 B50SS bought in 74, I'm the second owner
74 TR5MX bought in 77-new, I'm the original owner

Which one to ride today?

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Re: bsa bikecam

Post by minetymenace » Mon Oct 05, 2009 8:58 am

Nice road...a few questions:
1. What were all those people doing near the bridge at the start?
2. Did you make a gesticulation to make the people carrier pull over? If so what was it?
3. What is that bright stuff the whole place is bathed in? Sunshine? I've heard about that stuff....
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Re: bsa bikecam

Post by b50root » Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:12 pm

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Realy good roads, look nice.
What type of camera is it?? Mounted where??

Hpw did you solwe the sound? ( Sounds realy good with no sound from the wind )

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Re: bsa bikecam

Post by 2manyrides » Tue Oct 06, 2009 1:13 am

minetymenace wrote:...a few questions:
1 The north and middle forks of the American river are a mecca for recreation of all types.
2 Some folks do pull over, but they were parking.
3 Ah the sun...cooler now than summer and perfect.
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Re: bsa bikecam

Post by 2manyrides » Tue Oct 06, 2009 1:31 am

b50root wrote:1. <213
2. Image
3. <204
:laugh :laugh :laugh


Realy good roads, look nice.
What type of camera is it?? Mounted where??

Hpw did you solwe the sound? ( Sounds realy good with no sound from the wind )

Rickard
I'm still perfecting this. That's the sony sr-47.
A piece of tape over the microphone quiets the wind but muffles too.
hands free 2.jpg
hands free 3.jpg
It's a chest mounted bikecam.
hands free 4.jpg
72 B50SS bought in 74, I'm the second owner
74 TR5MX bought in 77-new, I'm the original owner

Which one to ride today?

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