Yes, I realised that as soon as I saw it.
I'll have to use a slightly extended arm as the camera is hard up against the side of the helmet so won't sit upright.
Going on a run out this weekend so will take some more footage. I've got two cameras so will try various angles. It's such a shame the sound is so rubbish from these cameras. The new GOPro 2's (which I have) are equipped with a separate microphone socket. However, to use it, you need to take the camera out of it's protective case, and when you do that.....there's no way of mounting the camera!
Have you tried the GoPro skeleton case Simon?
Has cutouts on the side to allow cable inserts.
I run power to mine all the time from a cigarette-plug USB outlet, which I'd wired to the map-light.
Alternate is just to buy a second case and drill a hole in it, then silicon it up if you need it watertight.
Other than the wrong side of the road, my question is can you park on the street in the residential areas where a car would have to scoot over the center line to get around? I saw that in a few different spots.
Also likes that the camera didn't pick up all the wind noise. Very nice.
I did a moto trip to New Zealand in 2009 and was very surprised at how easily we adapted to riding on the "wrong" side. Of course the handle bars were the same as in the States, not like the steering wheels of the cages.
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