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    Helmet Cameras

    Hey all,

    Does anyone know where in the GTA I could get a helmet camera/ lipstick camera? I've seen the viosport ones, but i'd like to see if i could get something a little cheaper around 100-150$.

    I'd be attaching it to a Sony p93a camera.
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    Are you sure you can hook up a bullet cam to your digi camera?
    Plus I looked at the specs for your camera and its an audio/video output unless Im wrong. Like you would need an input to make it take your lil movies/pics through the bullet cam.

    *Update. 2 ok? prices I found for a bullet cam was from this one site/store in north york for a sony had ccd 420 line at 150 and some guy that already sold all his but may order more later on if the demand is there and if he wants to that was selling them at 85$ for a sharp 420 line.
    Last edited by SuperNewb; 12-01-2005 at 09:46 AM.

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    Thanks...
    I looked around and found some amateur footage and realised it looked nothing like the NWD videos. So I've given up on that Idea. I hate learning curves. lol.


    Looks like Im gonna buy a Marshall amp instead.


    cheers,
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    Can always get a cheap small video camera and strap it to your helmet

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    Quote Originally Posted by trekracer8000
    Thanks...
    I looked around and found some amateur footage and realised it looked nothing like the NWD videos. So I've given up on that Idea. I hate learning curves. lol.


    Looks like Im gonna buy a Marshall amp instead.


    cheers,
    Aaron
    You certainly compromise quality with a lipstick camera. I used a Sony xc555 this summer and it looks pretty decent, a touch softer then shooting straight from the camera.

    One of my buds shoots bike industry vids for a living and has a camera mounting plate system for his helmet, definitely better results but much bulkier.

    Enjoy the amp!

    Clem

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