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GL1500 Action Cam

Post by musinger » Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:06 am



I used a ram mount and I got a HDAction cam for X-mass, just trying out.
Fo all you fair weather riders stay warm. :lol:







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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by thrasherg » Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:57 am

I admire your courage for riding in conditions as cold as that, but you need to work on removing the reflection in your screen, so that you get a better picture in the next run.. :D

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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by Sally » Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:47 pm

Tell me about your cam. what kind? whats it run off ? how long will it record ? :lol: :lol: Sally

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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by Mag » Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:49 pm

You ever notice just about all cycle riders have an open garage?? ;)

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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by musinger » Sun Jan 06, 2013 3:21 pm

I saw that refection, it came off the chrome trim by the key ignition I will have to cover that. It is a Emerson HD Action cam from big lots. Paid $39.95 , recharable battery by usb port and use's up to 32gb mini sd card grade 4 or 5. I put in a 16gb card in and after the quick ride it looks like that will hold about 2 hours of still or video recording. The cam also came with a waterproof case
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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by wally » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:27 am

I bought the same Action Camera from Menards, haven't mounted it yet so I was glad to see it does a good job on filming. I have been using the key chain Micro Camera like WingAdmin's what's nice about the Action Cam is the LED screen so you can see what you're aiming at.

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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by yamaha96 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:29 am

The action cam looks good, i have a camera that my friend mounted on his 1800 goldwing , and we made recordings of our 4 day trip to north carolina to ride the tail of the dragon and other roads, my question to you is how do you put music to your films, i would like to do this to mine, thanks, Mike, i also really enjoy this web sight, i am fairly new to the goldwing , but so far i am learning this will be a great tool to learn to work on my bike when needed.

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Re: GL1500 Action Cam

Post by musinger » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:53 pm

I use a program called Magix Video editing spftware you can splice in your own sound, on the action cam the sound is mutted because it is in the water proof case. so I cut the muttered sound out and replaced with something else.



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