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Old 08-30-2014, 08:26 PM
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Dash cam mount (front and back)

Can anyone give me advice on where and how to install a gopro camera on my 07 BMW 328i? Ideally, I would like to mount two, front and rear. Is this something invasive that would require drilling etc?

My other Subaru has gotten several dents on all doors over the past 3 years thanks to some reckless drivers in various parking lots (I suspect most of them happened at work).

Thankfully this hasn't happened to my BMW, but I know it's only a matter of time and I want to be able to do something about it. I just hate it when I keep it in pristine condition only to have it blemished by some idiot.

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Old 08-30-2014, 09:08 PM
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Gopros aren't setup to be dash cams out of the box. You need to tweak some settings for it to loop the recording.

A gopro as a dash cam is normally powered with a switched source. This means once be gopro battery dies, it will stop recording.

Look into blackvue dash cams. They have a battery monitor that will auto shut off the cam when the cars battery is too low. It also has a shock sensor built in so it only records if the car is bumped...and of course all the time when the car is on.
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I have blackvue for both cars

they are the best

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Thanks guys, I actually like this form factor better than the GoPro's. Which model would you recommend? I'm thinking of getting two wide-angle lens cams.

I also cannot tell if the camera has a built-in battery. I'd prefer to run it off the battery when I need it vs. messing with the power cable.
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Blackvue has battery power back up options

I have the 400 model

Blackvue 550 is a dual cam

Lot of cheap $30 on ebay they are crap

I bought two and gave them away as they are shxt
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How much does the battery last? I only drive short distances, in fact my daily commute is just under 3 miles. Some weeks I drive 60 mi or around 2 hrs with heavy traffic. Would this last that long?
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I bought a usb moble 4800 battery pack and use short about 4 inch long usb cable to run cam

Double side tape battery and camera to dash... Battery last for week

There on off button on bateery, switch off car i turn cam off

No cable danglin on the cap dash
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Like others have said, you really want to go with a couple of dashcams, you can get decent video and functionality for as low as 50 or 60 bucks these days, they use very little battery, sense shocks etc and are hardly noticeable. You can get dual channel models that work together to film front and rear in sync much better than anything you will do with a gopro. Also, putting a pair of go pros in your car will just get your car broken into and the go pros stolen!

https://dashcamtalk.com/
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I tried a Blackvue dual setup and didn't like it at all. The resolution was awful, and the RF interference from the cable to the rear camera caused problems across the entire AM band of the radio.

I'm currently running a Lukas LK-7200 in the front and a Mobius ActionCam Wide Angle in the back (as the front camera gives all the needed GPS functions).

The Lukas comes with an internal power setup that lets it stay live if it's hardwired to the fuse panel. It will detect motion (someone walking around your car) or impact, and save only the time around the event. If you're looking for bump info, you would want to use two Lukas cameras (one front, one back), both hardwired. The camera will turn off if your battery starts to drop voltage below a predetermined point so that you do not come back to a dead car. I don't use this, as my parking space at work faces a busy street, so I'd come back to a full day's worth of cars driving past the nose of my car. Note that this will only show people who bump your front and back. Getting doored is unlikely to show much, even if the impact wakes the camera up.


Front: Lukas LK-7200 dashcam
GPS speed, GPS location, G-force measurement (impact recorder), motion detector (parking mode), designed as a dashcam
$150 - $175, plus an SD memory card and inexpensive CPL filter.
http://www.amazon.com/LUKAS-LK-7200-...keywords=Lukas

Rear: Mobius Actioncam, Wide Angle version
Mini camera designed for RC modelling. Since I have all the other dashcam features on the front, this is a cheap solution for the back.
$75 - $90, plus a mini SD memory card and USB cable for power.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

A 64GB card holds around 8 hours of video. I created the video below by combining the two in Adobe Premiere.



I wish I could push the rear camera closer to the back glass to get less seatbacks and more outside, but if I move it closer, it creates a fair amount of interference on the AM band of the radio. The back antenna doesn't like having an electrically noisy device close to it.

Here's a few views.

Side view


Driver's view. You can see the rear camera in the mirror, top center.


Passenger's view. The passenger can see the GPS speed readout on the back.


I have it to the right of the mirror, as that way it doesn't interfere with my wife's having to rotate the mirror way to the left to see out of it. If you're the only driver of the car, put it to the left of the mirror and you won't get the (fairly small) interference with the auto-dim sensor on the back of the mirror.

The power cord runs from the fuse panel (if direct connected) or the under-dash lighter socket, under the bottom edge of the dash, up the door seal on the passenger's door, under the A-pillar cover, and along the top edge of the windshield, right next to the wire for my V1. No drilling required, one Torx screw needed to be loosened to get it under the A pillar. Rear wire runs along / under the center console seam to the front edge of the back seat (I have a coupe, so the console runs all the way back), under the front edge of the seat, along/under the side of the seat, along/under the back deck edge, up the back edge of the C pillar, under the airbag cover (one Torx screw again), along the top edge of the rear glass, and under the cover for the high brake light to get to the back camera. No drilling required anywhere.

You can see the camera from outside of the car if you look. My small camera keeps focusing on the reflections on the windshield, so I don't have a good picture of it from the outside, and I'm too lazy to pull out my SLR to take one that shows it.

Another useful thread here, where JBurns shows photos of his setup. He has the camera to the left of the RV mirror, which lets him see the secondary speed display:
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=781778



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Zooks527, thanks for sharing great info. I am leaning towards getting LK-7200, and am wondering if you looked into LK-7500 when you were buying LK-7200. The main difference appears to be a little wider angle and different CMOS sensor (for better night viewing maybe?). LK-7900 is reported to have blurry image issues, so I crossed that one off the list. LK-7500 looks slightly better on paper, but not many reviews/issues I could find.
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Zooks527, thanks for sharing great info. I am leaning towards getting LK-7200, and am wondering if you looked into LK-7500 when you were buying LK-7200. The main difference appears to be a little wider angle and different CMOS sensor (for better night viewing maybe?). LK-7900 is reported to have blurry image issues, so I crossed that one off the list. LK-7500 looks slightly better on paper, but not many reviews/issues I could find.
Good morning.

I did look at the LK-7500. I decided on the 7200 because the price was less and I don't need any more night detail than the 7200 provides. The FOV is fine for what I want, and I live in the 'burbs, so night recording is mostly dark streets lit by my headlights, so I didn't see the need to go for the extra 0.5 lux. Mostly, I just want a record of what goes on while I'm driving, and the 7200 fit that bill completely.

Other people may want every bit of night resolution. The classic "Your Mileage May Vary" situation.
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I did look at the LK-7500. I decided on the 7200 because the price was less and I don't need any more night detail than the 7200 provides. The FOV is fine for what I want, and I live in the 'burbs, so night recording is mostly dark streets lit by my headlights, so I didn't see the need to go for the extra 0.5 lux. Mostly, I just want a record of what goes on while I'm driving, and the 7200 fit that bill completely.

Other people may want every bit of night resolution. The classic "Your Mileage May Vary" situation.
Thanks for the reply. I think LK-7200 fits my needs as well. Your video gave me a good idea of what I can expect from LK-7200
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Good morning.

I did look at the LK-7500. I decided on the 7200 because the price was less and I don't need any more night detail than the 7200 provides. The FOV is fine for what I want, and I live in the 'burbs, so night recording is mostly dark streets lit by my headlights, so I didn't see the need to go for the extra 0.5 lux. Mostly, I just want a record of what goes on while I'm driving, and the 7200 fit that bill completely.

Other people may want every bit of night resolution. The classic "Your Mileage May Vary" situation.
Other than the GPS data, how does the picture and video quality between the LK-7200 and Mobius compare? I have the Mobius hardwired for the front and I'm considering a second one facing the rear. I'm really impressed with the Mobius' night video quality however.
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Other than the GPS data, how does the picture and video quality between the LK-7200 and Mobius compare? I have the Mobius hardwired for the front and I'm considering a second one facing the rear. I'm really impressed with the Mobius' night video quality however.
The LK-7200 is sharper (makes sense, with the larger sensor and better lens), but not massively so. The GPS speed function was determinative for me, as was the fact that the front camera on my car is in full sun through the windshield and the Mobius has a history of failing in high temperature situations. My rear Mobuis is within the rear roof line for shade, and I have a rear A/C vent pointed at it to keep it cooled off in the summer.
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The LK-7200 is sharper (makes sense, with the larger sensor and better lens), but not massively so. The GPS speed function was determinative for me, as was the fact that the front camera on my car is in full sun through the windshield and the Mobius has a history of failing in high temperature situations. My rear Mobuis is within the rear roof line for shade, and I have a rear A/C vent pointed at it to keep it cooled off in the summer.
Thanks, just read the features and I see the LK can accept 256GB cards which is plenty. I have a 64GB in the Mobius, anything higher isn't really recommended, another plus for the LK I suppose.
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Lousy resolution and poor data rate. Good picture if you're standing still. Poor image quality if you're moving, unless you use a cracked BIOS, which isn't available for the 2 camera setup. Significant AM radio interference. Nice form factor, though.
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Slightly off topic, but wow!!! I am super impressed how tightly you have your V1 mounted to the cowling/headliner.

I need to try this!
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Slightly off topic, but wow!!! I am super impressed how tightly you have your V1 mounted to the cowling/headliner.
I had some concerns about the laser warning getting a strong enough signal that far from the headlights, but the Staties here try to tag you from so far away that the beam must be 10 feet around when you first get the alert. Hell, the laser warning still trips when there's an Infinity with adaptive cruise control behind me. Again and again and again ...
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a bit expensive but works really well

Had that. Returned it after 3 weeks. Great if you were stopped, lousy if you were moving.

But it's certainly expensive.
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