This all started with an email from Nectarcard asking me to confirm the settings for the new Data Protection Act, and on further reading it said I had just over £47 worth of points. I never realised that there was this much on the card. Anyway I have been looking and thinking about a Go Pro type of camera for the bike but I couldn't really justify the cost . So I settled for a much cheaper look alike the Go Extreme and getting it from Argos with my Nectarcard it was nearly a freebie.
So on the bike it went and out to play. Forget the date and time as in my rush I hadn't sorted that out.
Bearing in mind it was a sunny day, the ones with the date stamp on were taken with the exposure at normal , 0. The ones without the date stamp the exposure was +0.3.
Apart from the garden and flower shot the rest were taken on the bike travelling at between 10 and 15 mph..
I just want it for stills and as it was nearly free I'm pleased with the results. I need to play around with the exposure a bit more, and how it will perform in low light, rain etc we shall see. It has its limitations but I think it will come in handy on rides as its waterproof and I can just click the shutter whilst riding.