The RoadHawk Bullet R+ Moto Edition Camera has been designed specifically for motorcycles and other motorised transport and also includes a hard wiring kit which allows the camera to be powered from the ignition of a vehicle. The waterproof, discrete and robust camera offers a choice of standard or loop recording with an optional time and date stamp. This makes it ideal for road users looking to record their journeys for evidential purposes or for recording track days and sports action adventures.
RF Remote Control
When not using the hard wiring kit, the additional RF remote control allows for greater flexibility when using the RoadHawk Bullet R+ Moto Edition. This not only allows remote recording but also the abiity to take photographs.
The RoadHawk Bullet R+ Moto Edition is supplied with an 8GB MicroSD memory card that can hold around 80 minutes of 1080p HD video. When upgraded to a 32GB MicroSD memory card, the capacity is extended to approximately 5 hours (subject to power).
Easy to Operate
We’ve made the RoadHawk Bullet R+ Moto Edition as simple as possible to operate. There is a single button on the camera to turn it on/off. If the camera is on then it is recording!
The built-in Li-Poly battery will record for around 90 minutes. Using the hard wiring kit negates the need for the battery by using the external power source. Alternatively, the optional RoadHawk Waterproof USB battery pack supply can be connected for longer record times (up to 4.5 hours). Both of these alternatives ensure the camera remains waterproof.
UK Designed Software
The RoadHawk Bullet R+ Moto edition is also fully software configurable, allowing riders to adjust the settings for exposure, brightness and contrast. The software also allows loop record mode to be turned off for the rides you don’t want recorded over, the time and date stamp added removed or changed, and footage inverted for times when mounting the camera the right way up are not possible.
To change the settings you need to plug the camera into the computer and launch the camera software.
When you first turn your camera on it reads a file on the SD card called settings.txt
Do not try to edit this file yourself.
Use the supplied software to make changes to your camera.
WARNING: If you use extreme values on some of these settings, the camera will not perform well.
For example: Setting the brightness too low will result in a completely black image being recorded.
Click SETTINGS in the configuration software.
Click to make a change to a setting and a brief explanation will show on the left side describing the functions of that setting.
Once you have made the desired changes to the settings on your camera, press the SUBMIT button to save them to the camera.
Unplug the camera and turn on to apply the new settings.
Setting the time/date:
The camera has a built-in clock.
If you enable time/date stamp in the settings it will be recorded in the lower right corner of your video.
Once you have made a recording with the time/date.
To set the time and date on your camera, click the Set Time link in the top right hand corner of the software.
Use the drop down boxes to choose your own time and date and click Set as Above to apply them to the camera.
Alternatively, click Set as System Time to apply the time and date as set by your computer.
As soon as you have done this, a Settime.txt file is written to the SD card of the camera. Unplug the camera and turn it on to apply.