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bill
29th November 2011, 07:13 PM
http://2wheeljunkie.co.uk/index.php?&_a=viewCat&searchStr=motrax+quick+cam&x=22&y=15&page=4

Bottom of page 5, don't know how to do a better link

woodie
29th November 2011, 08:13 PM
How about this Bill?

Kwik Kam offer (http://2wheeljunkie.co.uk/motorbike-servicing-and-spares/motrax/motrax-kwikcam-mini-cam/prod_36402.html)

Leveller
29th November 2011, 08:37 PM
It does make you wonder if its admissable in court, 2 hours is a good amount of recording

tunedwolf
30th November 2011, 03:10 AM
How about this Bill?

Kwik Kam offer (http://2wheeljunkie.co.uk/motorbike-servicing-and-spares/motrax/motrax-kwikcam-mini-cam/prod_36402.html)


Looks like a great little cam, prolly get nicked for the flashing blue LED though then get an opportunity to present the "evidence". "Honest officer, the needle was stuck like that when I bought it, I was only doing 30" :D

bill
30th November 2011, 03:06 PM
For the price I thought some people might be interested.

bill
30th November 2011, 03:07 PM
How about this Bill?

Kwik Kam offer (http://2wheeljunkie.co.uk/motorbike-servicing-and-spares/motrax/motrax-kwikcam-mini-cam/prod_36402.html)

That's the one I am talking about

mattsway
30th November 2011, 08:19 PM
Nice one bill! Just ordered one at this great price. Not only will I be able to record a bike ride for my son, but he will be able to use it on his wheelchair to record his days out, to watch at home on his big telly. At 21, he loves tech, but struggles to hold a normal cam steady.
So glad I logged on today!

jools
30th November 2011, 09:00 PM
It does make you wonder if its admissable in court, 2 hours is a good amount of recording

They could probably be used to verify your account of an accident,
but i'm not sure if they'd be high res-enough or provide the detail needed to prove the identity of another road user should they not admit to being the driver.

perhaps lewis will know? i'm sure he'll have spoken to clients who have things like the road hawk (http://www.roadhawk.co.uk/)

Leveller
1st December 2011, 11:51 AM
They could probably be used to verify your account of an accident,
but i'm not sure if they'd be high res-enough or provide the detail needed to prove the identity of another road user should they not admit to being the driver.

perhaps lewis will know? i'm sure he'll have spoken to clients who have things like the road hawk (http://www.roadhawk.co.uk/)

This is exactly where i was heading with this, ive seen cyclists using video footage, but in this day and age, anything that could prove your innocence in a collision has to be a good thing surely?

bill
1st December 2011, 12:01 PM
Glad. You think it of use

Ayrshire Joe
1st December 2011, 03:33 PM
Seriously thinking of getting one. How much is an 8Gb SD micro card these days? Need to invent miny wipers for it up here at the mo :lol

Lewis1_2_3
1st December 2011, 09:56 PM
Any evidence that can be used to prove your not at fault for an incident can be used against a TP.

Its why I say always try and get a witness to an accident even if things seem amicable at the scene.

Or, if your in Scotland travel with someone in the car with you.

chelskitel
1st December 2011, 10:01 PM
Seriously thinking of getting one. How much is an 8Gb SD micro card these days? Need to invent miny wipers for it up here at the mo :lol

I bought one on fleabay for 12, and from the UK and a 8 gig micro SD card was just over a fiver on Amazon.
Mounted it behind the screen and it works a treat.

Ayrshire Joe
2nd December 2011, 02:40 PM
Cheers Tel :D

mobeen
12th June 2014, 07:17 AM
Well I've ordered one: http://www.szswill.com/car-camera.html
I agree compulsory cameras are probably bad but discretely mounted voluntary cameras are good. Especially when the footage is only used to support my side of the incident.