INNOVV C5 motorcycle camera system recordings in day and night in Japan. The lens is mounted on the left side of the front fork of bike, It’s Catching bright street at night, You can also see clearly the image when the bike entering tunnel, inside tunnel and leaving tunnel. It is necessary to install INNOVV C5 on your bike to know around environment on riding road.
Appreciate the share from our customer Daniel Scavone. He has made a great video recording his unpacking, installation and the video recorded by our products INNOVV K1 Motorcycle Camera System on his way. Share makes fun! That’s a great video and neat installation. Hope him enjoy the ride, also wish him and y’all best.
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. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:687322