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TomTom Rider 450 and Bandit Action Cam

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Bandit action camera, Rider 450, 450 and bandit,

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10 May 2017, 12:29

About to decide on TomTom or Garmin (both for GPS and camera).
Having browsed several sites incl. TomTom's and reviewed specs of either product (450 and Bandit), I can't find the answer to the following question: can the Bandit be managed by the TomTom450, to what extend or aren't they interfacing at all?
Best regards,
Paul
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    10 May 2017, 14:48

    Hi Maerel

    Welcome to the community:)

    Bandit is a Actions camera and RIDER 450 is a navigation device. Unfortunately, they have no connections with each other.

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    Vikram
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    10 May 2017, 14:57

    Thanks Vikram!
    I do think this is a missed chance by TomTom. How obvious would it be to monitor the Bandit's footage real time and remote control it's recording through the GPS' screen....
    Regards,
    Paul
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    19 May 2017, 15:01

    That would be very convenient, however: Bandit can and does this realtime, but by means of WiFi Direct on phone. Bluetooth does not have the necessary bandwith.
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    21 May 2017, 00:21

    Garmin at least is able to start/stop its VIRB camera through the zumo 395 (a.o.). Nevertheless, today I bought the Rider 450 anyway. Now looking for camera alternatives besides the Bandit....

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