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Abus sportscam full HD Camera

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast you will want to share your experiences with everyone, your biking friends – also known as bragging – and your non-biking friends just so they know what they are missing. In this day and age it is just not enough to tell, you have to show as well and what better way to show by video recording all the experiences of a ride.

The Abus Sports cam Full HD camera is just the gadget you need to put on your bike and capture all those thrilling moments. So what would you look for in a camera that will go on your bike? First of all it has to be small enough not to hinder your ride, tough enough to resists those vibrations – you know it can get wild – and capture as good an image as possible.

With sizes 3.3 x 2 x 0.3 inches (H x W x D) and an all-black color this will go quite well on your motorcycle, no matter the color of the bike. It is also very resistant to shocks so you know you’ll have it even after your first bumpy ride. It also comes with a waterproof casing made for diving so you know it will take any water you can splash on it during a ride. The casing is also resistant to pebbles, sand and impact.

Image wise it can record in HD (1080p, 960p, 720p and WVGA) at 30 frames per second – fps. The coolest thing about it is that it can also record at 60 fps (only at 720p) which is great for recording high speed moments, without missing any detail. This technique is used in extreme sports for those slow motion inserts you see. So you see this tough cookie is a great gadget for your bike rides.

 

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