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  • John Phillips
    Am think of purchasing one of these soon. Budget maybe £100 - £150 max. Any advice/experiences on this available? Thanks John Am think of purchasing one of
    Message 1 of 4 , May 3, 2012
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      Am think of purchasing one of these soon. Budget maybe £100 - £150 max.

      Any advice/experiences on this available? 

      Thanks

      John
    • Francis Sedgemore
      For those of us who do not wear helmets, how much would it cost to have an easily upgradeable camera surgically implanted in the forehead, along with an HDMI
      Message 2 of 4 , May 3, 2012
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        For those of us who do not wear helmets, how much would it cost to have an easily upgradeable camera surgically implanted in the forehead, along with an HDMI socket installed discretely behind the ear? Is there a private practice surgeon in the house? I don't suppose the NHS would foot the bill.

        Francis

        On 3 May 12, at 10:48, John Phillips wrote:

         

        Am think of purchasing one of these soon. Budget maybe £100 - £150 max.


        Any advice/experiences on this available? 

        Thanks

        John

        -- 
        Dr Francis Sedgemore
        journalist and science writer

      • rob.z.wood@uk.pwc.com
        This isn t so much a recommendations but some feedback! I bought one of these http://www.actioncameras.co.uk/bullethd-lite-720p# mostly to use for filming
        Message 3 of 4 , May 3, 2012
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          This isn't so much a recommendations but some feedback!  I bought one of these

          http://www.actioncameras.co.uk/bullethd-lite-720p#

          mostly to use for filming off-road courses and for on-bike coaching.  

          Plus points - its is small and robust.  It looks a bit like a light if you mount it on top of your helmet so might draw less attention. Quality of video is pretty good. You can use it as time lapse still mode
          Down side - it is really something you need to set going a the start of your ride and leave till you've finished - it only has one button on the top and you have to know what the colour codes mean.  It slices films up into 5 minute chunks. Sound is pretty terrible.  Oddly the helmet mount isn't that good - I use a Zefal Doofah (A rubble block and velcro strap for holding a pump or CO2 cannister onto a frame.  It is easier and beter for my helmets.

          Hope that helps

          Rob


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          Am think of purchasing one of these soon. Budget maybe £100 - £150 max.

          Any advice/experiences on this available? 

          Thanks

          John







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        • Bob Walkden
          That s not really necessary. All that s required is a bluetooth connection to the optic nerves that can send the impulses to a device conveniently stored
          Message 4 of 4 , May 3, 2012
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            That's not really necessary. All that's required is a bluetooth connection to the optic nerves that can send the impulses to a device conveniently stored elsewhere. Try Maplins; their staff will probably also fit it. An additional benefit is 3D, unless you're a cyclops.

             

            B

             

             

            For those of us who do not wear helmets, how much would it cost to have an easily upgradeable camera surgically implanted in the forehead, along with an HDMI socket installed discretely behind the ear? Is there a private practice surgeon in the house? I don't suppose the NHS would foot the bill.

             

            Francis

             

            On 3 May 12, at 10:48, John Phillips wrote:



             

            Am think of purchasing one of these soon. Budget maybe £100 - £150 max.

             

            Any advice/experiences on this available? 

             

            Thanks

             

            John


            -- 

            Dr Francis Sedgemore

            journalist and science writer

             

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