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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-06-2015, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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SJ 4000 Action Cam

Hello Versys folks! I recently purchased a Go Pro knock off camera for less than $100. Here is a link to the initial test run of the camera mounted to my handle bars using the accessories that were included with the purchase of the camera. With the camera's wifi feature, I connected to the camera with my phone and downloaded a 3 minute clip to youtube.

Clip's purpose is to show camera quality. Not bad considering I spent less than $100!

http://youtu.be/QdrPFHWzLPk
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i got the same cam - the wifi the handle bar mount to comes with is kinda crap once you put it on a stable mount all the shake goes away

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Where do you mount your camera, Fox?
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I have the SJ4000 along with the GOPro 4 and a Drift Ghost S. The Drift is miles better for motorcycle use as there is little to no vibration as it doesn't require elbow joints. But it has to be said the SJ4000 is a damn good camera for the money" and better in many ways the the GoPro.
I you can mount the SJ 4000 upside down there is less vibration. Buy tue gopro brackets to. I mount mine to the crashbars or sw motech rear rack.
I did a comparison review here.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=elLBUzzPhCE
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^excuse the typos, site will let me edit but not save!
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Where do you mount your camera, Fox?
i have a drift 720 on my helmet. the go-faux (go pro knock off) i made a mount for behind the windshield for it but i also mount it on the swing arm and trunk box and a few other placed.... i plan on building a on board two camera system so i never have to worry about having the cam on me and the battery charged

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Dam,,, now i went and bought one, $66. CA off ebay
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