Their days are growing in popularity both for people who experience high-speed driving in cars or just the top model for others who push their own bikes and cars to the limit in a safe environment. No extreme driving experience would be complete without a DVD to demonstrate to Lewis Hamilton as skills to family and friends. If this is a must-have for you it’s worth checking out what is on offer at your route of choice, before the day itself. Some tracks you can take to your own board, helmet camera, you can have another movie that you sign a waiver and some are an absolute prohibition are four scenarios.:
Someone at the track might be on hand to offer their services to you with a camera up to your experience, provide a film set. This service usually includes the installation of the camera, dealing with all the shooting and burning the videos to a DVD, you should expect to pay between £ 25 -. £ 35 for this type of packaging.
The second and popular option is to bring your own helmet camera. Most of the regular tracks across the country are perfectly happy for people to have a helmet camera or on-board camera to use, but they will make sure to secure the assembly of the camera.
Third, the more important tracks like Silverstone and Brands Hatch will you need a disclaimer promising that the material is for personal use only and not uploaded to sign on the Internet. At these tracks, you also need to have permission of the stewards on the camera off and on again to check they are, whether it is stationary.
A handful of songs are fully secured against an in-car, on-board, or helmet cameras on action in their footsteps. Unfortunately, the legendary Nurburgring, where it will be a lifetime ban if they try to sneak a camera on the route to catch.
The selection of a camera
If you enjoy the track quite often, or if you would work with the camera on the street or for various other sports, then it may be cheaper to buy your own. A starter camera at retail from just £ 99 and £ 299 for you in a position to a top-spec to get HD Action Cam. The most popular cameras and the best for shooting a trackday and other motor sports are on board cameras.
There are several ways to perform an action camera mount to optimize results, depending on both individual preferences and the particular sport. In the field of motorsport, the correct installation of the camera is an important consideration, such as track-day official not allow an action camera is not mounted securely. While industrial strength adhesive has at great speeds, that wont cut it easily tested with the officials. You need a purpose built camera mount that fits to either have or clips on your handlebars or forks. Panavise suction mounts are also on most tracks, the good news is, as the suction cup you can place the action camera to your helmet, bike-tank, the outside or inside your car or pretty much anywhere else where to find one acceptable smooth surface.
Every track and race day official expressing his opinion on the best and safest way to have in-car use, on-car, on-board, or helmet mounted cameras to film your race day action. You can rent them on the track or bring your own, in this case, you can be sure to have a safe installation, so you can take in a position it on the track to capture their experiences mu need.