How I set up My Motorcycle For Video and Audio Recording. This video shows a little more of how I have set up my BMW 1200 GSA for ease of video and audio recording while on the road. I can control my helmet-mounted GoPro camera from the remote control mounted on my handlebars. I also have mounted a Zoom H4n digital audio recorder on my handlebars with a wired microphone inside my helmet. The Zoom is setup with the proper cut-in and cut-off so it only turns on and records my thoughts and comments. Otherwise, it remains on hold. This is great when shooting video while riding as I can either add commentary while I ride or make notes to myself without having to stop or even push any buttons. I also have installed a BMW bag where the pillion seat is to enable me to store my still camera and lens. This provides easy access to them when I stop to get that really nice picture without having to tear the motorbike apart to get to the camera.
I also show where I have mounted a 350 watt power inverter on the bike enabling me to carry 110 volt power with me. I can plug things in like my laptop, cameras, Energizer NIMH battery charger, or even the electric toothbrush while riding.
Finally, I show my new Strike Alert lightning detector. It works great in telling me how far away lightning currently is enabling me to determine if I need to take shelter or not. Because on a motorcycle, you become a lightning rod during an electrical storm. And that is not fun nor is it safe.
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