Dash camera

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    Just bought a Blueskysea dv688. Never had much of a mind for a dash cam but now I'm excited. Anyone else using one?
     
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    How does it compare to a GoPro?
     
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    I'll letcha know when I get it :)
     
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    Drift ghost X for me, great little camera.
     
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    Been wanting to install a dashcam for a while now, i'm guessing the 1st/2nd generation go pros would be a cheap way to go.
     
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    There are plenty of less expensive alternatives too.
     
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    I’m now running an innov k2 expensive but well worth it. Previously roadhawk ride +.

    All bike powered so can record a full days ride rather than an hour.
     
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    Funny this popped up. I'm finally off for a week and I'll be putting the Blueskysea in tomorrow.
     
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    Innov K2 first run out.



     
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    Why y'all drivin' on the wrong side of the road? :Noidea:
     
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    Cos we were doing it first. :)

    Stems back to an age before the Americas existed an age where on horse you kept your sword hand ( right) close to your enemy. So the scabbard would be on the left. If it was on the right it would hit oncoming folk. Also horses are mounted from the left because it’s easier for a right handed person to do so this tradition has continued today. We mount our steeds from the left which is also where the stand is.

    Driving on the right started when big carts with multiple horse teams were used the driver sat on the far left horse and whipped with his right hand so passing left to left where they could see a clear space between carts. Napoleon spread this through Europe
    As he conquered it.
     
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