We recommend one camera designed specifically for cycling: the Cycliq Fly6 because it’s a combination of rear facing bright red led lights that can be configured in multiple flashing patterns, and a rear facing camera. Otherwise, we are camera agnostic. We accept any video cyclists provide when submitting their near miss incident reports to our free Incident Management System.
One of our Austin, Texas members wrote a post on our site, Austin, Texas cyclist’s Cycliq camera lament and secret formula for cycling safety cameras, where he lamented the lack of cycling safety specific cameras and proposed his formula for a cycling safety camera.
We hope to help cyclists research the current camera marketplace by sharing two action camera comparison posts:
Most comparisons share the same usual list of suspects.
Some of our members have gone with YI cameras as a lower cost GoPro alternative but there always seems to be three main alternatives that most cyclists choose: Cycliq, GoPro and YI.
We hope this short post helps cyclists beginning their research into cycling cameras and we invite all cyclists to share their recommendations, likes, dislikes and wishes for improvements in cycling safety cameras by adding their comments below.
If you have any thoughts or feedback we welcome all comments below.
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