Finally got the damn thing up and running, its one of these:- http://www.dogcamsport.co.uk/12vcam.htm I just went out for a quick run on the bike with it hooked up. It was solidly positioned just under the headlight on the fairing. While the image quality was reasonable, the problem I have is that the picture looks like its from some sort of 1980's pop video.....all pink and green hues fading in and out. Its not a vibration issue, the picture itself is very stable. If you hold your hand over the top/above the camera, it seems to improve quite a bit, so I'm guessing that these CMOS type cameras are extremely light sensitive? If thats the case, is there anything I can do to solve this? Like maybe, a filter of some sort? Or even something I could "paint" on the lens, to dull its sensitivity down a bit? I've got the RCA type leads connected up right, yellow to yellow, white to white and the power lead goes to a 9v battery. There seems to be a bit of background noise, like a low "hum" throughout the footage too. Could this be connected to the image problem? Its wired up to a Canon MV750i MiniDV camera via the AV in plug, and AV-DV is set to "on" in the camera menu. Any ideas welcomed. Would hate to think I wasted me cash on this thing, although in hindsight, I should really have spent a little bit more and gone for a CCD camera instead of a CMOS. HELP!!!!