Ralph Wiggum wrote:Using the Western Australian Surveillance Act as an example, you are not allowed to use a surveillance device to record visually a private activity, which is defined as:
"private activity means any activity carried on in circumstances that may reasonably be taken to indicate that any of the parties to the activity desires it to be observed only by themselves, but does not include an activity carried on in any circumstances in which the parties to the activity ought reasonably to expect that the activity may be observed;"
So a camera installed in a car is fine for Disco, as long as he is only recording what's happening on the road, and not driving into some chick's bathroom whilst she's having a shower
v4moose wrote:does this camera in anyway hook up to the speedo to show how fast your going on screen?
take a look at the youtuve channel - baddriversoz - bogan central, but his setup is pretty good.
side note - I was in my local officeworks in joondalup wa today, and over heard others asking about the camera, seems they're getting popular. The office works guy was still giving the speal that they were sold out of the better kind.
mudslid3 wrote:http://www.onsitecameras.com/blog/products-page/cameras/ from au
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/group/N ... 61933.html from china
I have the same model LT is using, which likes to randomly stop recording which is a real PITA but when it does work the video is great
I am using a class 10 16GB verbatim but I am going to throw a 32GB card in and see how that goes
if its still rooted I might look at one of the onsitecamera units
I like the look of some of the china units but haven't done any research on any them
Otto-matic wrote:Just wondering if there's a legal gotcha in there somewhere. For some reason I can remember something about being able to record video or sound, but not both at the same time. We need the lawyer in here
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