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    video recording equipment

    i got a camera but looking for a recording device to complete my set up




    this is a kids toy that looks like it would work perfect anyone have a kid with this toy??? i like the price! the other one i was looking at was the dxg 521 roadster for about $150 it cost alittle more. another feature i like is that i can record motogp races off the tv and post online but making riding videos was my primary intrest

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Tiger-TV-Now-Has...QQcmdZViewItem
    1988 & 1991 hawkgt, 2005 rc51

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    when i did this stuff with cars, i went to Frys and picked up CCD cameras for ~ $25 each.

    TV quality... not theater stuff, but very good... and if it got hit with a rock, i was only out $25....

    the camera is the cheap/easy part...
    a mobile DVR or camcorder with a video-IN are the hard parts.

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      That little recorder looks like it would do the trick. And at that price, if it doesn't, you can just give it away!
      '88 Hawk GT
      '89 Harley FXSTC
      2008 Yamaha V-Star 1300 tourer

      http://www.hawkgtforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=948

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        i got one of the tiger TVNOW units (kids toy)for $21 shipped. i wish i had toys like this when i was a kid, could have been the next spelburg.

        i hope it works well. for the price i might buy another one, i will let enveryone know how it goes after i get it, and do some test runs

        need to make a mounting braket for the bullet cam now. i got a simple plan for that.
        1988 & 1991 hawkgt, 2005 rc51

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          Originally Posted by jaysun0ne
          i got one of the tiger TVNOW units (kids toy)for $21 shipped. i wish i had toys like this when i was a kid, could have been the next spelburg.

          i hope it works well. for the price i might buy another one, i will let enveryone know how it goes after i get it, and do some test runs

          need to make a mounting braket for the bullet cam now. i got a simple plan for that.
          if its mounted on the bike at all, i highly reccomend a piece of plexiglass/lexan over the front of it.

          i used to make car videos, and ive learned that every camera needs debris protection...

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