I cycle with both Fly6Gen3 and Fly 12Sport.
The '6 is on the pannier mount (when I've got panniers on) and the right rear seat stay when I haven't.
The '12 is located on an above bar mount and has a slight downward tilt.
Both are in the silicone covers - and the '6 has the little glass window covering the lens; no such protection is on the '12.
How does other camera users prevent water droplet build-up on the lenses when it's raining? I can't see this being camera manufacturer specific as all cameras - even those in a housing will suffer the same issue.
Can't always be wiping the lens with a finger to clear it and wiping the rear lens is impossible.
I am running 3/4 length mudguards as my full length ones wont accommodate my gravel tyres.
I'm annoyed as I had a near miss last night in the rain, and I was too busy controlling the bike to wipe the front lens - rendering the footage to the incident useless [Image in text below]
So .. how do you stop water build-up on your lens ruining useable video?
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