A good idea for a bike cam? what do you guys think?

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  1. NewYorkBiker

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    The quality looks alright for $15 :D
     
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    Young people, OH, YOU YOUNG PEOPLE, have to have your artifical pleasure. EVER THINK ABOUT JUST ENJOYING NATURE directly?
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  5. Gnufrau

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    @CAMPYBOB, for $15 you get no chip to store the video on. That is extra. @MAGIC Dragon, I do actually enjoy Nature directly. Very directly, in fact. I would have this as a record, an archive, or as documentation/evidence in case something happened while I was doing so. Cameras are not just for distancing yourself from Nature...

    @New York Biker, I also plan on getting one, so it is at least *that* much of a good idea. . . For urban uses, it is a very good idea, particularly with respect to documentation/evidence. Get the largest chip you can, and download it regularly (daily?), and film *everything*! If nothing happens, you can delete the data later. If something *does* happen, you have the data to support your case. In that way, a very good idea!
     
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