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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by OnTheWay, Jun 28, 2015.
Riding in Taiwan,
Riding in the rain with others
Wayne from Australia shared below,
Riding in night by NINJA- INNOVV K1 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
The installations on Kawasaki Ninja 300
INNOVV K1-Kawasaki Ninja 300-04 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
INNOVV K1-Kawasaki Ninja 300-03 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
INNOVV K1-Kawasaki Ninja 300-01 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
INNOVV K1-Kawasaki Ninja 300-02 by INNOVV Moto Cam, 於 Flickr
Are you concerned about the front fender hitting the camera at full compression of the front suspension?
You can watch the video, the lens mount there worked well. actually they are mounted by 3M tape by rider.
This is fantastic. I am ordering this as soon as I get clearance from the tower (aka accountant, aka money manager, aka wife).
One rider shared the review below,
This looks to be just what I am looking for. That being a hardwired and relatively stealthy motorcycle camera setup.
After checking out the videos from others that have installed the system, I'm going to take achance and place an order for a K1 system.
I have been using my Sena 10C, which is nice and can't beat the integration with my helmet audio, etc.- but the battery life when using as camera is too short. Understandable to a point, as its limited by size of unit you'd want to mount on your head. Would often have to resort to running a usb cable from a backup battery to my helmet for the remainder of most rides.
Also have a GoPro, but always have to take with you or else someone else will take it off the bike for you. So it ends up staying at home more often than being used for its intended purpose.
If this system works as advertised this should be great.
Are there two separate files created for each the front and rear camera?
Yes, two separated files created for each camera, Like below, you can see the video from CAM1 or CAM2.
Very cool. Thanks,
Impressive! Its nice for a company to listen to the users requirements and provide a product based on their needs, rather than what they think we need. Well done "OnTheWay"
Is the firmware in this up-gradable should enhancements be required?
Next to start hiding / saving a little cash to purchase it!
Shared by People in London,
I've now uploaded a night-time video to test lower light performance.
Please note that the front video is a bit smeared, which isn't helped by YouTube quality. This is due to a bit of road crud on the windscreen and not the camera itself.
Fitting the INNOVV K1 Safety Camera to a solo R1200RT 2012 Model BMW Motorcycle.
More details, please click below,
INNOVV K1-BMW -R1200RT-10 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
INNOVV K1-BMW -R1200RT-12 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
INNOVV K1-BMW -R1200RT-14 by INNOVV Moto Cam, on Flickr
I am a bit different in what I am looking for in a camera system. I currently have a normal waterproof camera mounted to my handlebars and I take still photos and the very occasional video. What I am looking for is a permanently mounted camera that is powered by the bike with the ability to take still photos and occasional videos whilst riding by using a remote. Is this possible iwth this system?
Yes, what you asked is the key feature of the K1.
1. Two small waterproof lenses made by solid aluminum can be permanently mounted on front and rear of bike, it is hid and no worry to be stolen.
2. Permanently connect to the power form bike, once engine start/stop, the recording start/stop.
3. Loop recording feature, you never worry that SD card is get fulfilled.
4. You can mount the wired remote controller on handbar, that is to manually start/stop recording, or protect the recordings you do not want to be over write.
Do you have any examples of photos taken with the cameras? How does it know that you want to take a photo and not a video?
I think becsta is asking can you take still photographs with this system?
oh, it can not take photo.
The C3 can take photo but we found people just like to capture the photo from video, so remove this feature from the K1.