Track Day or Similar Camera £13 !!

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Mar 15, 2007

Came across has different mounts with it also.
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and a video here of the quality

YouTube - DVR D011 Car Dash Camera Review
YouTube - test footage from D011 dash cam

Now for Christams, its better than some socks etc, a nice little gadget.

That should become mandatory purchase and use for anyone wishes to start a thread about other people's bad driving ;)
Thanks. I've bought one. £17 inc 4GB card and P&P. Bargain :)

Endles YouTube links of my poor driving to follow ;)
Nice spot. thanks !

have to admit I've been looking for one of those 'crash cameras' - sits in your car and records the last 30 mins on a loopback.
Fantastic! Do you know if it just does 30fps video, or also stopmotion stuff? (like a picture every 5 seconds or so?)

I'm thinking of buying a few for the rally!

^ No idea but the 'clip' looked good enough for me,

We have done a few track days and a proper mount for the roll cage can cost more than £100 then you still need a camera.

For the money it's worth a punt and probably sell for more on flea bay :)
Fantastic! Do you know if it just does 30fps video, or also stopmotion stuff? (like a picture every 5 seconds or so?).

Here's the specification:


Can cycle record, recharge the battery and take video simultaneously
Supports 30 fps for 720*480, take pictures of 1280 * 1024 pixels (Records audio too)
Image Sensor: 3.0MP CMOS
Supports MicroSD (TF) Card up to 16GB
In the process of taking video, if no interferance, it will auto save the video files every 5 minutes. When the memory is full ,the device will auto delete the files taken, then continue to record
Can be used as a webcam for your PC
Supports AVI video format
It can carry out high definition image recording under low illumination
Support USB2.0
Powered by 3.7V 460mAh Li-ion Rechargeable battery
Recording time about 3 hours
Standby time: 5-6 hours
Size: 8.9 x 2.8 x 2.8 cm
Can easily be mounted on helmet, bike handlebars, boat, or other sports equipment.
Shock resistant for extreme conditions.
For optimal performance in colder conditions (at or below 0C/32F).
Compatible with Macs and PCs, the cam works seamlessly with most video editing software.

Whats In The Box?:
1 x Camera 1 x USB Cable 1 x Car Suction Holder 1 x Bicycle Handlebar Bracket / stand 1 x 12v Car cigarette usb Charger 1 x User Manual 1 x Driver CD

Here's a video shot at 30 fps:
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Sad - was hoping it would do stopmotion!

Any idea how long the 16gb memory will last?
I thought you could use free software to take stopmotion photos from any webcam device? I'll see what I can find.....
Mine has arrived :)

It's quite confusing to use, but I'll get there eventually I'm sure.

In the video on the website it says it comes with a 1.5m USB cable, but mine is only 0.5m, so I'll need to buy another for it to reach the cigarette lighter.

But I'm not really complaining, for the money it looks decent enough.
Post a clip if you can...

Mines a present to myself (better than socks and boxers) :)
I'll film my 10 mile commute to work tomorrow. Sounds dull I know, but 10 miles in a RWD car with minimum tread in the snow is excitement enough. (new tyres coming Friday before anyone questions)

Do you or anyone know of any free video editing software? Basic editing features plus time acceleration would be nice.

I've a PC. I'll give Microsoft Live Movie Maker 2011 a try and report back.
Thanks I've just given it a quick try on some very short movies and as you say it's perfectly OK for what I need. :)

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