I have a Chasecam set up that works well. However it is more of a race than road system.BTW, what's nice about this is it has sensors. So it tracks your GPS location, g-forces and any "events". Events would be if the car was hit. I'm guessing accelerometers. Also, the cameras can be controlled via your iPhone and you can just copy the video from the camera to your iPhone via WiFi if you like. All this in addition to the front and rear cameras.
It detects when you park, drive normally, and Events. It will write out continuously , and lock any files that were "events."
This video shows the previous versions with some more details. The newer version just refines everything and adds the rear view camera.
Has anyone tried these?
The Chasecam system comes with a Sony bullet camera and it will take two.Boxer, do you use this blackvue device for chase, or do you have a second go pro or something like that?
What I like about the looks of this system is I can see it being useful for both regular and track use.
Fik, you live in a sporty neighborhood. Chargers, Corvettes and Mclarens seem to be the only cars. I think I need to move there!
And this is why you need a dash cam running at all times!my friend came over when I first got the 12C and took it out for a drive, right out side my development we run up next to a yellow 458 and it was on... he beat the 458 with just 2 minutes of experience with the 12C...
For recording the front and back of the vehicle, it is suggested to have a dual-lens dash camera like this one: http://www.szswill.com/car-dvr-camera/car-black-box-cvr007.html For this camera, the front camera can record HD720P video and the back camera record in VGA format.Anyone have any good experiences with a good dash cam (maybe one that can do front/rear and maybe even act as a rear view camera?
My use would be for the track. It would be great to have 2 camera view of front and back.
Thanks for any suggestions...