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    They look like the ones I am going to fit. As it's going on an old RTP I should be able to install the gps and DVD in the top box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill Elston View Post
    Thanks anyway for the quote vRSG60... I might get one of those as a helmet cam!




    Leedude... Going to TRY to upload a front and rear view of part of my commute home. I don't think it's jello - despite the best efforts of the rural Wiltshire roads! The rear view cam IS covered in dirt so the picture quality isn't great. I'm wondering if cams that have given a "jello'd" effect were mounted on rubber "dampening"? My cameras are mounted without any rubber or foam

    I cannot work out how to upload video files. If you look on Facebook Group "Adventure Bike Trail Riding UK" I posted two videos _ Front & Rear POV
    Had a look at your 2 short vids on facebook, and i can see what appears to be effects caused by vibration on the rear view camera as you are accelerating up to the crossing. thank you for posting.

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    Hi there,

    I said a while ago that I would upload diagrams for the brackets that I made for my Innovv cameras. Wouldn't you know it, work got in the way!

    Anyway... I've just added two pictures. When you see them, you'll understand that I'm NOT an engineering drawist!

    Any questions - please ask me to clarify.

    Before I forget... These were made to fit a GSA LC (Triple Black as it goes)
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    Hi. How does this cam deal with the side to side vibration of the boxer engine?

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    I haven't noticed any visible picture vibration... but I am old.

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    I will be finishing my installation this weekend so should be able to post some clips showing how it copes with the vibration. It's a first fit so may need some fine running or dampening if the vibes are too bad.

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    I posted my install of one of these a while back http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...ghlight=innovv

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