Your digital camera will probably take better video, just make sure you have a large enough card in it.Hi all,
After almost 11 years together, my GL1500 is rapidly approaching 100K on the odometer. I'd like to film it in action, as well as get some still photos to share on the net. I've never had much interest in the Go-pro type setups, and don't really want to invest a lot in a one-time event. I've got an older digital camera at home, but I don't know if it'll let me extract stills from video. I also have an iPhone 4S I used to get some stills at earlier milestones. For obvious safety reasons, I'd rather have a camera mounted to the dash for this in-motion event. I'd also prefer not to have to drill holes in my dashboard. Any suggestions for using what I have? Or anybody around east-central Alabama got a Go-pro to loan out?
You can get RAM mounts to attach it to the bike very easily and very stable.
Software like EZVID (FREE) let's you grab single frames.
I just got a Contour Roam2 for this Summer. Sort of looking forward to the videos it'll take since they will be in a wide angle mode.
It's a alternative to the GOPRO.