Looking for Dual Cam for motorcycles

viofo

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A129 Pro / A129 Duo / A119 V3 / A119S / G1W-S / WR1/
I used an Innovv K1 for a number of years, they have a K2 out now that I'm surprised no one mentioned yet. However I was never happy with the K1 from a reliability perspective, as often as not I would get to my destination and discover the unit had locked up somewhere along the trip. Effectively rending it useless. I tried ferrite cores, delay timer switches, better power connectors, faster microSC cards, active cooling, and none of it made it more reliable.

I'm told the K2 is much more reliable but I'd hold off until there are some verified uses of it for more that a short while. I have an A119 in my and my wife's vehicles and have been pretty happy with them, so a VIOFO dual motorbike camera will definitely have my attention.
Limited samples will be available for testing in the next month.
 

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10 years, many dashcams
nudge - nudge - know what i mean ;)
 

Toy71Camaro

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Interested in testing anything out as well. I need to find something that will withstand the rumble and vibrations of a Harley. ;) I've currently got Blueskysea B1W's in my cars, but they've been a bit unreliable as late (was even considering mounting one of these up to my bike, but not with the current issues of it locking up).
 

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Interested in testing anything out as well. I need to find something that will withstand the rumble and vibrations of a Harley. ;) I've currently got Blueskysea B1W's in my cars, but they've been a bit unreliable as late (was even considering mounting one of these up to my bike, but not with the current issues of it locking up).
For motorcycle dashcam, you might have a look at DV688...
 

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I'm looking for the best, most reliable and, importantly, most idiot-proof (or at least idiot resistant) dual camera motorcycle DVR that I can find. I like the concept of an automobile 'dash cam' set up where its simply permanently installed and works pretty much automatically. Turns on/off automatically.

One feature I really want is an SOS Button that lets me save a short (15 to 30 second) video clip from being over-written. Ideally the button should be on a wire so it can be remote mounted near one of the grips!

Must be fully WaterProof ... not waterproof is PROBABLY a deal breaker?
Don't care if it has a live view screen, in fact they seem pointless
SOS record lock button that is mounted on the DVR seems pointless if the DVR is mounted under the seat

I like this one but it is NOT waterproof => https://motoprocam.com/collections/frontpage/products/motoprocam-dual-1080p-motorcycle-dvr-camera-system

I like this one but it does NOT have an SOS record lock button => https://www.innovv.com/innovv-k2

I like this one but it is OUT OF STOCK with no in-stock date => https://www.amazon.com/gp/B07DWT911R
This one seems like a decent option, is reviewed on a bunch of sites (not necessarily reliable sites) but also its indicated the updated version, which is out of stock, is better so therefore this may just be outdated but available? => https://www.amazon.com/gp/B075FR7R3W

Anyone have an advice on what is available, reliable, and has the features?
You can take a look to my post here ; the product is not perfect, but i believe is acceptable for the price.
The model in my post is not fully waterproof (the DVR unit is not sealed), but now they sell a full sealed unit, with both cam fullHD and no screen.
You can find it on Aliexpress; i bought one for a friend of mine, and it works as expected, maybe just the DVR is bigger and heavier then i expected
 
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