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Blackscorpion
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Post by Blackscorpion on Sat 20 Apr 2019, 11:41 pm

I use a Roadhawk Bullet R+ Moto helmet camera, powered externally from either the Optimate 12v outlet and a USB adapter or from a Anker 10000mAh power bank. It gives fairly decent imagery. However I'm thinking of alternatives, (other than a GoPro), bullet type camera preferably... Does anyone in the forum use a camera? If so, which one, where from, how's it powered and performance, ease of use, etc?
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sullivj
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Post by sullivj on Sun 21 Apr 2019, 6:49 am

I use the Sena prism bullet. It was about £100.

VERY easy to use. One switch - on and off.

Lasts about 4 hours from the internal battery, although it can be powered and charged on the move whilst in use.

Good picture and sound quality.
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Post by Beresford on Sun 21 Apr 2019, 7:49 am

@sullivj wrote:I use the Sena prism bullet. It was about £100.
The reviews on Amazon all seem to say that it is the ideal motorbike camera when working, but is unreliable and not waterproof. Any issues with yours ?
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Post by sullivj on Sun 21 Apr 2019, 6:34 pm

No, although I've not ridden much in the rain with it.

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