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I was wondering… Are you filming all of your rides ? I was thinking about filming my daily commute all week, but my GoPro is byte hungry and at the end of the week, I’m stuck with GBytes of video. I know that harddrives are cheap these days, but I don’t want 1.21GigaPetabytes of video either. Are you keeping the most interesting videos and deleting the boring one ?
Just asking… 😉
I often have the camera running. If I don’t use the video immediately I delete it.
There’s a cool pen camera I’ve seen somewhere that continuously records and automatically overwrites the oldest files. If something ‘interesting’ happens you punch a button and the pencam saves the last 30 seconds off to a file.