On the bike this time with handlebar mounted apparatus.
A bit of vibration, and of course sprocket noise.
One unexpected fact is that the object in view is not at right angles to the line of travel, but somewhat forward of the mirror. Is this due to the distance from lens to mirror, or even curvature of the camera lens?
Since the mirror is mounted at 45 degrees to the camera, I thought the objects in view would be at 90 degrees, with something like 45 degrees of view. But the field of vision midpoint is at an angle more like 120 degrees, so that the mirror shows objects that are slightly in front of the bike, rather than alongside.