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post #1 of 7 Old Nov 16th, 2012, 1:13 pm Thread Starter
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The new SlamCam

I have just been playing with the new SlamCam and the new SlamCamMount, however I am still trying to figure out how to reduce the wind noise.
So come on and let me take you on a trip on the Iron Pig through Basel in Autumn.

http://s1013.beta.photobucket.com/us...sel-1.mp4.html

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Got the pictures, very nice, but no video. I think mobile photobucket needs more work. I'm viewing this on an android tablet.

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Hmm! Seems to be something with the Photobucket format, try this.

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I didn't have any luck with the video either, but I've got a pretty poor Internet connection.
the stills are neat. That's some beautiful scenery, and look at those switchbacks. they look like loads of fun.

I'm hoping I'll get to tour Europe some day on a bike.

Does your bike have one of those horizontally opposed engines? If so, it looks more stream lined than those with the 2 opposed cylinders, one poking out to each side. I don't mind the air cooled engines, but the newer ones have such slick styling until you get to the two sore thumbs jutting out at the bottom.

Thanks for sharing your trip. I'll keep checking on the videos. I bought one of those hero go-pros, and I'm fairly satisfied with the quality of the recordings. I just need to find more interesting sights to film.

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I didn't have any luck with the video either, but I've got a pretty poor Internet connection.
the stills are neat. That's some beautiful scenery, and look at those switchbacks. they look like loads of fun.

I'm hoping I'll get to tour Europe some day on a bike.

Does your bike have one of those horizontally opposed engines? If so, it looks more stream lined than those with the 2 opposed cylinders, one poking out to each side. I don't mind the air cooled engines, but the newer ones have such slick styling until you get to the two sore thumbs jutting out at the bottom.

Thanks for sharing your trip. I'll keep checking on the videos. I bought one of those hero go-pros, and I'm fairly satisfied with the quality of the recordings. I just need to find more interesting sights to film.
Well we are not going anywhere in this geological period, so when ever you are ready give us a call and I am sure that the Euro brethren and cisteren of the BMWLT forum will show you around.

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Re: The new SlamCam

I can view the Photobucket videos.

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Re: The new SlamCam

Cool, you drive on the right side of the road! A couple of observations - not as many advertising displays in the city - billboards, large displays, etc as I'm used to seeing in most US cities. And electric trains everywhere.

Maybe one day I'll be able to tour Europe on two wheels.


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