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 WITH ON BOARD MOTORCYCLE VIDEO SYSTEM

Welcome to VIDEOBIKE the a web site of Advancedbiker dedicated to helping you out with advice on the purchase and fitment of Motorcycle or helmet mounted video cameras systems, bullet cameras etc. I have been operating a video mounted motorcycle systems since the early 2000's, with my first system mouted on my BMW R90S. On my Honda VFR 800 I refined the system, using bullet cameras and Sony Digital 8 and then Sony Mini DV tapes. In April 2010 I fitted my BMW R1200GS with 3 cameras ( Front, Back and Helmet ). However like everything that is connected with technology, things move on and the market place became flooded with mini HD cameras. So Advanced Motorcycle Training.Com invested in two HD Drift cameras. The new HD Cameras were not a flexible as the bullet cameras, but it was getting more difficult to keep the older Sony system upto date.

In 2015 a new BMWR1200 GS TE was purchased and a big decision was made. No wired camera system..........

I supplemented the HD Drift cameras with a GoPro Hero 3 and asked myself why had I left it so long to buy one. Well I thought that they had no audio in feed so I could not connect the Autocom system to it....Wrong. ALSO Sena made a Bluetooth device that fitted on the back of the Go Pro (Wireless Comms - Nice !) Towards the end of 2016 the HD Drift cameras started playing up and Drift refused to have anything to do with them, so another Go Pro 4 was purchased this time.

So for the 2018 season - Go Pro 3 (x2)-Go Pro 4 Sena Prism-Tom Tom Bandit-Sena Bluetooth Autocom for a start

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