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Crash Camera - do you?

Do any of you use a crash camera, not just to document the odd spin out or to show how quick you can go in a straight line but for the purpose of documenting your daily commute if an accident happens (with or without your involvement).
I do, I find it useful given that it was helpful in a conviction against a ar*ehole drunk driver who slammed into me. Another driver had it in their car. Its also for piece of mind to know if anything does happen then the camera doesn’t lie.

I do find that my daughter puts it on her bicycle sometimes to record her wheel going round & round..or its tied to the dog to get his view on the world.
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Did you see the video of the incident where the taxi knocked the lad off his bicycle at the Five Lamps in Dublin? He had a camera front and rear which banished any ambiguity of accounts.

That said, the UK dashcam websites exhibit a lot of self righteous lads thinking they're God's gift to proficient motoring.
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I did see it, I've seen a few Irish dash cam footage, its helpful. Isn't it AXA that give a discount for dash cams but then there is this rubbish about data protection.
I seen one of a taxi driver being a sadistic scumbag chasing a cyclist down the road near Mountjoy Sq, even getting up on the footpath but someone caught it on a dash cam. I'm sure he was prosecuted in some way.
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I do run with a gopro on my helmet at all times. It's almost a must if you commute... but I don't play vigilante. I don't go around screaming you'll be on youtube and saying the reg out loud...

It's just in case anything should happen (knock on wood).
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I do on the bicycle, front and rear (Cycliq Fly12 and Fly6), at all times. After a friend of mine woke up in the hospital, with his most recent memory being about 50km away from where he was actually knocked off the bike, I consider it extremely important to have evidence of what happened, in the case of an accident.

I purchased a Z-Edge S4 dual dashcam for my wife's vehicle. 1080p front and rear. In the work van, I have two dashcams, one front and one to the left side.

(I'm bordering on paranoia with the dashcams. Maybe slightly more toward "paranoia" than "bordering".)

I have an Innovv C3 mounted on the ZRX, and it works really well, but surprisingly (given my love of dashcams for the cages and cycles) I rarely run it when on the ZRX. I should either become religious with using it with a portable power source, or hook it directly into the bike's electronics, to turn on and off with the bike (like my other dashcams are). I'm sure if I took the motorbike out more often, I would.
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I have one in the front of the cage and another one to go in for the rear, just cheap 25 euro ones but they're surprisingly good quality.
I bought a good bullet cam for the lid that I will start using when I get the bike back on the road, considering permanently wired front/rear ones as well for the bike
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I love my Go pro with the head mount...specially when she's looking up at me....
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ya pervert..................







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and i dont mean of her feet....
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* Private person
* Non-enclosed, public area
* "Looping" recording, not permanently stored
* "Dashcams" are not classed as CCTV, as they are not fixed and not monitoring a specific area, and are otherwise not specifically covered in GDPR legislation

... but if you're really concerned about GDPR, I would recommend seeking legal advice.
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So I'm not in a minority, they are used often enough by people for the simple reason of proof of an accident, they are necessary in a claim society.
You also get to document the complete morons that drive cars using their free rice crispy packet licences.
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So I'm not in a minority, they are used often enough by people for the simple reason of proof of an accident, they are necessary in a claim society.
You also get to document the complete morons that drive cars using their free rice crispy packet licences.
:thumbsu p2: No, not a minority at all. Dashcams are only becoming more widely used.

I envision a case - and as we're all aware, becoming more likely all the time - where I'm disputing someone's version of an event. An objective third party - a video recording - would be priceless.

I don't expect this sort of evidence to always be admissible in a court of law, or to be relied upon absolutely in all cases. But it would certainly be nice to have in any negotiation process where there is a dispute over who did what.
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Yep, gladly so too, was filtering last night at 23kph just on the broken white line, no cars on my right, young lad came out from behind a car, looked left but not right, nearly ended up on the petrol tank, he picked himself and his bike up, asked him was he ok? he said yeah fine, "don't worry bout it", off he went, could of been a different story though... Just wondering now, filtering is a bit of a grey area right? But was I totally in the wrong?
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Yep, gladly so too, was filtering last night at 23kph just on the broken white line, no cars on my right, young lad came out from behind a car, looked left but not right, nearly ended up on the petrol tank, he picked himself and his bike up, asked him was he ok? he said yeah fine, "don't worry bout it", off he went, could of been a different story though... Just wondering now, filtering is a bit of a grey area right? But was I totally in the wrong?
We're all responsible for our own actions, regardless of the outcome.
If he used his common sense and looked in both directions he would of seen you.
On the other hand are you wrong for filtering, I'd be a hypocrite if I said you were, you seen him and didn't end up hurting you both.
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We're all responsible for our own actions, regardless of the outcome.
If he used his common sense and looked in both directions he would of seen you.
On the other hand are you wrong for filtering, I'd be a hypocrite if I said you were, you seen him and didn't end up hurting you both.
Yeah I'll just be a bit more vigilant on the commute... Rattled me to say the least but we were both grand i.e no harm done...
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Yeah I'll just be a bit more vigilant on the commute... Rattled me to say the least but we were both grand i.e no harm done...
Exactly, he learned a lesson as well, motorbikes hurt!
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* Private person
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* "Dashcams" are not classed as CCTV, as they are not fixed and not monitoring a specific area, and are otherwise not specifically covered in GDPR legislation

... but if you're really concerned about GDPR, I would recommend seeking legal advice.
That settles that eh.
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Don't use anything but would be interested in getting a setup that records on a continuous loop and only saves the footage if you ask it to or it detects a shock or something - does this exist?
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Don't use anything but would be interested in getting a setup that records on a continuous loop and only saves the footage if you ask it to or it detects a shock or something - does this exist?
It seems the Innovv C5 has a G-shock setting. But it's not inexpensive.
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I've got the Innovv K1, front and rear, hard-wired.

New model is the K2
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I run an Aukey DR02 (front and rear) in the four wheeler. Herself has a NextBase 312 GW in hers.
I have a BikerMate BulletHD on the Valk.

You can never be too careful out there.
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Used to mount the gopro on my helmet but then I got a new one and didn't wanna stick a mount to it yet. Really should though. Could make a movie with the amount of shit I see in Dublin every day commuting




Any gopro will do that.
Go pro's don't really have looping useful for dash cam, they will record continuously if left on with enough battery but once you turn off the current file is saved and essentially locked, it's hard to explain, if you look up "can go pros loop record" the first result is on the go pro website and explains it well. I looked into it before as dash cam saved me in car and I was going to put a go pro on the bike but knew I would forget to constantly delete footage etc.

Unless you are diligent and get into a habit, get a hard wired camera with looping and 3 minute video files etc or you will just forget to turn on the camera. And make sure you can't see the speedo don't want to be incriminating yourself when you show the guard the footage.
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ya pervert..................







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and i dont mean of her feet....

Nah...she makes me wipe it () afterwards in case her husband finds out....
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Video footage is apparently most commonly used to undermine a defendant's argument that a claimant was acting the bollocks, rather than proving or determining guilt.

Camera fixed on the bike can apparently be seized as evidence (as, like a cage dashcam, it's vehicle-mounted) - do you act the bollocks?

Camera on a helmet apparently not so, as it's not mounted on the vehicle.

Interesting article on this very subject in the current issue of the ridiculously overpriced Adventure Bike Rider magazine.

EDIT: To answer OP's question - yes; on the bike, I use a helmet-mounted Sena 10C and sometimes also a rear-mounted Garmin VIRB. In the cage, a Vivitar DVR787HD on loop-mode, mounted in front of the Rearview Mirror.

Some of the footage I've recorded really beggars belief - if I didn't have the footage, you really wouldn't believe some of the things I've seen.

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Can't say the legalities behind them, but when I had someone run into me in the cage I just took a video off of the computer screen with the phone and went up to Togher station, garda watched the video and said your mans 100% at fault if he tries to mess around I'll threaten him with prosecution for dangerous driving. Sorted guy paid up cash. I was 17 at the time with a fresh full licence, other guy was probably in 30's, w/o dashcam it would have been his word against mine and me being 17...saved my ass and it was so quick and easy.

I'm sure they probably can seize camera/sd card for evidence but for the sake of €50 or so and if it helps your case I don't see a problem.
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Be careful.! Even if you don't capture your speedometer in the shot it is still fairly easy to determine speed if they want to. Number of white lines per second etc.....unless you really are going hyper and everything is a blur. Small card being over ridden every 5 - 10 minutes would help.
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Be careful.! Even if you don't capture your speedometer in the shot it is still fairly easy to determine speed if they want to. Number of white lines per second etc.....unless you really are going hyper and everything is a blur. Small card being over ridden every 5 - 10 minutes would help.
This is bollix in Ireland as there is no regulation on distance between white lines.
The UK has regulation white lines.
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This is bollix in Ireland as there is no regulation on distance between white lines.
The UK has regulation white lines.
Yes we do:
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This is bollix in Ireland as there is no regulation on distance between white lines.
The UK has regulation white lines.
It would be fairly easy anyway, all the gardaí have to do is go back to the scene and take measurements or take fixed points on the road and see how long it takes the cammer to reach the next point e.g. a speed limit sign and a specific tree, it probably wouldn't stand in a court to prove someone was 20k/h over limit as the margin of error would be too high but if cammer was drastically speeding I'd imagine they could prove speed this way
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