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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by OnTheWay, Jun 28, 2015.
GB, photos here.
The recording unit,
The pouch to protect recording unit and cable connection,
The front and back side of lens,
The protect sheet for lens, that is to avoid scratches, dirt, dust, damage on lens.
How lens mounted, as it has 3 screw holes on left, right and bottom sides, so can easy to find a location to mount,
As the video can flip 180 degree in setting, so no matter to mount lens upside down.
The wired remote controller.
Mount it on bar, there is red LED flashing while recording, so you always can have eye on its recording status,
Short press button, you can manly protect the recording clips if it is important.
Long pres button to manly start and stop recording.
I think you do not need 4, each lens has 140 degree, two is 280 degree, covers the most area around you.
^^^ In the photo above^^^ I see a huge blind spot on each side of the bike. Call me crazy, but I want to eliminate them. I'll save up for 2 systems.
I believe I and people are interested to see how 4 lenses set up on your bike and what video could be.
Let's see how it is happen.
A thinking rider, with some years of real world experience, would be able to easily comprehend the value of video evidence collected without peripheral gaps.
I suppose if I wanted to watch video of "going down the road", with or without other riders, then front and rear cameras would be enough. There are thousands of those videos on Youtube and frankly, I find most of them about as exciting as watching paint dry.
My personal reason for such a system is for recording evidence. Why would I only want to catch part of the evidence? I want all 360 degrees. And since catching evidence is my intention, 4K ultra HD could even be useful for catching details, identifying faces, and reading license plates, all at a much greater distance.
I'm sure you'll sell these. I guess I'll wait awhile longer, this product playing field is growing rapidly.
Nice looking setup there. I like the front and back view. Be pretty good for riding with buddies and catching all the action. Does the recorder have a looping function?
4K ultra HD for wired 2 Channel motorcycle cam depends on how soon we can improve cable data transfer capacity, not issue from camera chips.
We have strove to make The K1 to be the best Full HD wired 2 channel motorcycle cam on market.
The most challenge is how to transfer large size signal/data in high speed through cables smoothly, no video freeze. and the cable need to be thin, soft, not stiff.
We spent more than one year on development, made different cables to that, that could be 1km long.
It will not be a motorcycle recording system if without loop recording function.
And we mad it even more smart.
We found, when riding, it generated a lot of locked recordings which could not be replaced by last recordings once G-sensor was enabled, and SD card got fulfilled no matter how large size it has. With this impact, G-sensor only an be disabled.
We set the last locked recordings will be replaced new locked recordings when all locked files occupied more than 25% of total SD card capacity.
With the smart set up, No worry SD card get fulled of its capacity.
This is just what i am looking for. I bought the C3 thinking it was dual camera. ...
I am in the UK, when can I buy?
The K1 is ready to buy from website.
We do arrange Free express delivery to UK, so you can receive it within a week, not 2 or 3 weeks if delivered by post office.
The product photos taken by our distributor in Taiwan,
The installation on their motorcycle,
After installation, take a photo before riding for testing.
The testing videos,
C1, Front camera
C2, Rear camera,