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A great camera for your Versys

I just posted a new review of a waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof camera from Panasonic to our website. This is the best all-around camera I have reviewed and would be PERFECT for mounting to a Versys. The best part is that it will not be affected by the rain and is a great camera/video camcorder when OFF the bike.

I look forward to your comments:

http://www.cruisereport.com/crNews.aspx?id=1268
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I have had no problems out of my GoPro. After seing some of the bugs stuck to my shield and case on the go pro i would be afraid of putting a camera like this anywhere but behind the windshield. Here is a sample vid of my GoPro mounted on my helmet.


Also its completely waterproof:

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The GoPro is a great option as an action camera. In fact, I will probably get one in the future. But the advantage of the Panasonic is that it is a great camera OFF the bike too.

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That is true. The GoPro doesn't have any of the great features a normal camera has.
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That's one ugly cat you have their ...

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The GoPro is a great option as an action camera. In fact, I will probably get one in the future. But the advantage of the Panasonic is that it is a great camera OFF the bike too.
I'll sell you an HD version for $225 USD shipped in the lower 48 US. It's been used on 1 trip and is the motorsports HD version. You get everything that was included except 2 of the mounting brackets as they are stuck to my Versys. PM me if interested.

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Thanks, that cat loves the water, i can't put on shorts without it barking at the back door. I believe its part fish.
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