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Old 09 May 2011, 15:50   #11
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This is a good website, Ive got a Drift X170 with a mounting kit, very happy with it, I mount it on the grab rail of the console or the A frame.

Action Cameras - The UK's Leading Specialists in Helmet Camera Systems, Onboard Cameras and Mounts for Extreme Sports. Drift Innovation, GoPro HD & Contour HD ranges available.
the x170 HD £279 .OO I GOT MINE FOR £220.OO OFF FLEA BAY
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the x170 HD £279 .OO I GOT MINE FOR £220.OO OFF FLEA BAY
Tony what software should I use to download the images?
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Tony what software should I use to download the images?
i just connect the SD card to my imac computor it downloads straight on to my imovie software so then i can edit to my hearts content you should be able to save it on to any computor from the SD card
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my mate has a Go Pro, which he used on our boat last year ( mounted on side deck in pic below ) seems to work ok; ( it has also been used on a 21' Sports Cat at arouind 95mph, vid can be found within his youtube vids )

YouTube - 'Tremlett 15' on parade at the CMBA Cardiff Rally, August15th 2010
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i just connect the SD card to my imac computor it downloads straight on to my imovie software so then i can edit to my hearts content you should be able to save it on to any computor from the SD card
Another vote here for iMovie
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Another vote here for iMovie
Imac and Imovie it is working fine with the GoPro cameras, and i found out that the MP4 format is very mac friendly. The new 960 gopro is also a lot cheaper than the HD pro they had so far and it has almost the same capabilties (I think only less possibilties for expansion and the 1080 format is more limited) .

I dont have any experiences on what to use on microsoft/windows though but reckon there will be forums filled with suggestions.

By the way, the Gopro comes with a very handy additional 'rollbar connector' (costs 35-40 euros) which goes really well on any A frame and gives possibily for tweaking the camera setup in every direction and until now we didnt loose the camera using it ;-)

I can post some video's made with it if you like...
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anyone used this which is in advert at top of the page
Stealth X5 HD™ 720p Helmet Action Camera (Black) :: Video & Audio :: RetailGadgets.co.uk
we have a go pro which is very good and the stabilisation is amazing but it does make you look like a teletubby with it on a helmet
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the link below shows my mates GoPro going for a swim..........all is saved from 2.05 mins, makes a great vid,

he is currently living in USA & the Go Pro is in a waterproof "box" unit............

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all is saved from 2.05 mins, makes a great vid,
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the link below shows my mates GoPro going for a swim..........all is saved from 2.05 mins, makes a great vid,

he is currently living in USA & the Go Pro is in a waterproof "box" unit............

Brilliant, fish swimming past and everything
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