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    Test ride using me new camera mount system

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9b1voqhTa_4
    Damn right it's a Hawk GT

    #2
    Not bad... how fast were you going through most of that? It felt like about 35-40, but then in the turns felt more like 50+ with the lean... is the video directly from the camera to file, or was it trimmed or converted or anything? I know mine was huge from my camera (8 min = about 550 MB!) and if I put it through any converter or splitter it came out with less feel of speed. So I had to suck it up and keep it big.
    Smooth, though. Not much pixelization. Mine does the same thing with the sun (the vertical bright line running through the scene) when it's low. Where is it on your helmet???
    “Freedom is something that dies unless it's used”

    - Hunter S. Thompson

    1989 Hawk GT - As a whole, it is gone, but it now lives vicariously as a small part of several other Hawks on this website.
    1997 VFR 750 - D&D exhaust

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      #3
      Hey man, no not on helmet, I made a special mount that fits to the stock mirror threads, it is really cool and gives you the best first person feel I think...I was doing about 55mph indicated, and yeah when you upload to youtube they compress it a bit and it messes up the frame rate...On the computer before uploading so you guys could see it, it was perfect...
      Damn right it's a Hawk GT

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        #4
        Rock on... I saw your other post after I watched this one and yeah, the TH camera looks like it has a little left to be desired.... ummm..... Photobucket is free and has video uploads available, the only stipulations are that it can be no longer than 5 minutes or 100MB. what'd you do for the mount? Just drill some holes in some metal? I thought about that, but I'm lazy!


        I bought a RAM mount which was only about $40. You can see how I mounted it here:

        http://www.hawkgtforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=3602
        “Freedom is something that dies unless it's used”

        - Hunter S. Thompson

        1989 Hawk GT - As a whole, it is gone, but it now lives vicariously as a small part of several other Hawks on this website.
        1997 VFR 750 - D&D exhaust

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