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Old 11-21-21, 06:25 AM
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Originally Posted by sean.hwy View Post
I do a lot of 4 to 7 hour rides on the weekend. 99.99% of the time I don't want to record anything.
I record road crossings, danger zones & highlights. mine will record 1 long clip if I don't stop start it. so, back home when I am reviewing them, more smaller clips works for me. I prefer 60 frames per second over 30 frames per second. still photos can be interesting & useful. the cam I use can do single, time lapse & burst. it's pretty fun having a camera on a bike ride, if even not just for recording everything for the rare moment of something that needs to be reported to law enforcement. in my entire life of cycling, even after a bike being run over after I jumped off it to I didn't get killed, I never reported anything to law enforcement. there are a lot of cra*ppy ppl out there but mostly they are just cranky that they have to share the road. for the most part, I am my worst enemy on the bike
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