INNOVV K2 Motrcycle / ATV / UTV Dual Dash Camera system with GPS & Wifi
The INNOVV K2 is a dual-channel motorsport camera designed for all types of motorcycles, dirtbikes, quads, ATVs, and UTVs. Praised for its simplistic yet effective design, the K2 captures the big four performance expectations our motorsport customers demand: a durable, reliable, lightweight, compact device that won’t hinder the riding performance.
Our rider’s take pride in the K2’s water-resistant housing and accessories. Guarded against water, dirt, sand, or foam– the K2 rides along with whatever you’re willing to endure. Adjusting your camera settings to accommodate the environment has never been easier with the INNOVV smartdevice app for Apple and Android. Even after your adventures, the ride continues with the option to watch previously recorded footage, download and even share footage with friends via Facebook, Youtube, and more. Sharing those moments words just can’t describe has never been easier!
- Main Controller Device IP65 (dust & water resistant) CNC Aluminum
- Both Camera Lenses are rated at IP68 (dust & water resistant) CNC Aluminum
- Supports up to 128GB microSD card
- Lens : 6G glass lens, F/ON=2.0 f=3.6mm Diagonal 145°/ horizontal 120° / vertical angle 100° (front and rear)
- Full HD 1080p 30fps; 720p 60fps; 720p 30fps
- Main Storage Device Dimensions: 70 x 46 x 21 mm (2.76 x 1.81 x 0.83 inch)
- Lens Size: 25.5 x 54mm (1.00 x 2.12 inch)
- 1 x DVR
- 2 x Lens with video cables (1.5 & 3.0 metre) (0.06 & 0.12 inch)
- 1 x Bracket pack for 2 cameras (CNC Aluminum Mounts)
- 1 x Bracket pack for DVR>
- 1 x SD card reader
- 1 x User Manual
Very clear and easy to use. Installation was easy when I located the right spots to mount the camera.
The rear camera shows my son who rides a '14 DLR coming up behind me to stop at the stop sign where i was stopped on my SG. He has his eye on something, but then sees the stop sign and comes to an abrupt stop. He locked up his rear tire. I look over and ask him if he's ok, he give me a nod and we carried on with the ride.
The front camera explains it all. Crossing the crosswalk on the right side of the road is a fine young girl fishing a wedgie out of her very short shorts. Just as he comes to a screeching holt, she hears it and looks back and smiles at him.
My wife and I had a blast watching the video and ribbing him. I bought the camera to capture moments like this, but I also bought it to protect myself with video should I need it. This is an always on, always recording system. The dvr loops and writes over itself after your memory is out of space, but you can tag, save, and capture video anytime you need.
I wanted a camera system that was easy to use, always on, and reliable.
The INNOVV K2 system was the clear choice after looking at many options. I originally found the system for way less than what Harbor Town HD sells it for, but it turns out it was a scam. :( They sent me a cheap pair of knock off RayBan sunglasses. Thank God for PayPal, they got me 100% of my money back. I should have known the price was too good to be true. Harbor Town sells this for what looks like the minimum advertised price. You can not buy this camera system for any less....trust me...I checked.
Here are install details if you want to know how I did it:
I had to remove the bags, the side covers, the fuel tank and the fairing. All done per the maintenance manual.
I unclipped the ECM which is in place in this picture and moved it aside when I placed the power module. In the back of the battery is a metal plate with a three holes. I placed a small piece of 2 sided tape and tucked the power module under this plate. I ran the yellow wire to the the left side of the bike and T tapped into the power wire on the accessory connector. I ran the leads to the battery around the sides of the under seat area. I pulled the connector to the DVR up through the metal plate.
Another user suggested installing the camera in front on the the left to better film oncoming traffic. I ran the front camera and the GPS up through the main electrical housing under the gas tank. I did not grab photos of the location and install of the GPS which is why I pulled the front fairing cover. I found a large metal plate to the right of the Boom amp and head unit and placed it there. I tied it in with the wire from the front camera and brought them both under the tank and over to the DVR on the right side of the bike.
I mounted the front camera on the lower mounting bolt of the left turn signal bracket.
I put the rear camera on the right side and ran the line up alongside the speaker wires. There was a washer on the rear mounting peg of the four point docking hardware that was the same thickness as a spacer so I removed it and mounted the camera on the rear of the peg.
I installed the DVR on the right side of the ABS module under the right cover for easy access.
Pics below show the installation.
The system works great. I turn my bike on, it's recording. Pulling videos through the camera's wifi system is slow. If you are going to pull a small chunk of video, it's practical to grab it wirelessly, but if you are going to grab more than an hour or so of video, you'll want to pull the SD card and load it onto a computer or device directly. Also, I went with a 256G SD card. That'll loop around 20 hours of video.