Two INNOVV C3 mounted on Honda GL1800

The installation are shared by Charles from U.S.
Two sets installed, 120 degree lens set installed at front, 90 degree lens set installed at rear.
  The bike, Honda GL1800.  120 deg Lens mounted on front of GL1800 Goldwing.  Camera mounted inside left front glove box.  90 deg. Lens mounted under trunk on rear of GL1800 Goldwing.   The camera mounted in trunk. 

INNOVV C3 camera rear mount for Kawasaki Ninja 250r

This is a simple camera mount for the Innovv C3 to fit the 2008-2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250r motorcycle by firacer98, Looks smart and cool!! Just thought I’d share this mount with you guys. I designed it in Sketchup and printed it on my Da Vinci 3D printer. It uses the existing hole that is present on the fender. The C3 is almost exactly the same size as the hole! The adapter will fit the barrel of the C3 quite snug so it won’t turn.  It’s designed to fit on the stock rear fender. The stock fender has 3 holes, and the center hole is practically the same size as the diameter of the C3 bullet camera. It seemed like a logical place to put it. I included the original Sketchup file in case you need to modify it.    It was printed on a Davinci 3D printer at 400microns (0.4) layer height with 20% fill. During my test prints, I’ve done them at 5% fill and it worked too, just not as strong but it’ll also work.   It uses two M6, 25mm bolts to fasten. You can probably go with shorter bolts, like maybe 15mm since the thickness of the mount is only 10mm anyways. I only used 25mm cause that’s what I had. No nuts need since the bolts are pretty tight in the holes. I would also suggest washers as well to cover up the existing holes better. I painted mine with black vinyl paint since pink doesn’t match my bike.   I uploaded the file to Thingiverse if anyone is interested in printing their own. 

Innovv C2 is flying on beach

A quick flight around Guerilla Bay on the far South coast of NSW with the zmr250, This little cam can take a beating and just keeps producing nice video.   Slope Soaring a Cloud AXN at Hope Beach in southern Tasmania,   


This is BMW K1600, People show how he install INNOVV C3 on it. Looks simple and cool.   Camera mounted on lower pan of oil cooler duct. I removed the plastic to make the hole. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to reinstall unless the upper fairing panels are removed. If you do this, punch a hole in the plastic in place, with a heated length of 1/4″ brass hobby tubing. This is the 90-degree lens, and it has a perfect view here, No cutoff bottom or top.  Camera cable (the shiny one) runs down to the left side pocket, so I could use the exiting USB connector for power.  I used brass tubing with a sharpened end in a drill to make a new hole in the existing cable grommet. then cut a slot to the hole. After reinstalling it, I sealed the slot with a 2-part urethane adhesive, which remains flexible. Silicone caulk would probably work as well.  I removed the pocket clip and and the lugs it was screwed to, along with the tripod mount to make a flat bottom on the recorder clip.  Recorder unit in side pocket. I shortened the power cable from 2M to about 6″, and stuck the clip to the side of the pocket with Command sticky strips, I have to unclip it to pull the micro-SD card if I want to copy the videos to my computer, or plug into it locally with the data cable and a laptop. The gray thing is my garage door transmitter.  The close look, Without the direct light, you can barely see it.    The front look, Nothing to put away when parked, and it’s always on when the bike is.   

Innovv C3 Review -The Wired Lens Mini Camera- By Techmoan

Cube shaped action cameras aren’t suitable for all situations so Innovv thought outside the box when designing their new camera to allow for greater flexibility in camera placement.If you’ve got the time (31 mins) you can click the video below to see my full review of the C3 Mini Snake Camera.  One thing that I didn’t mention during the review was how this could be considered to be the first Motorcycle ‘Dash’ Camera. Over the years I’ve reviewed plenty of Car DVR Dashcams, but whenever people asked me if something similar was available for motorcycles I’ve always drawn a blank….until now. The C3 has all the necesssary features to make a great bike DVR . It has the ability to loop over the oldest video on the memory card, the water resistant camera can be lashed to the frame or hidden away in a fairing and the control unit can be stowed seperately in a dry area of the bike – perhaps under the seat, powered from a switched 5V USB. My bike already has a switched 12V power socket fitted, but if you need to fit one I believe that aFuseblock is a device you can install to get switched power and then add a 12V to 5V USB 1 Amp converter for the Innovv C3.But that’s just one use for a C3, but I’m sure you can think of many others. DOWNLOADABLE CLIPS   You can download samples clips from Dumptruck or Mega . Do not stream these as this downgrades the quality – you have to download the clips and then play them back from your computer to see their true original quality. If these doesn’t appear to be working the problem is at your end – try a different browser or wait a few more seconds.

More details, learn from Techmoan’s blog from below link,
Innovv C3 Review -The Wired Lens Mini Camera