Shimano CM 2000 1080p@60fps /1440@30fps Cycling / Angling / Action  Camera £64.99 - ProBikeKit

Shimano CM 2000 1080p@60fps /1440@30fps Cycling / Angling / Action Camera £64.99 - ProBikeKit

Found 30th Nov
Decent quality , small, lightweight camera that's fully waterproof/dustproof without a case, and can record ANT+ stuff for overlay.
Unfortunately a Short battery life (1.2 hours at 1080p/60fps).

Typically seems to retail at £99.

Marketing spiel:

The Shimano CM-2000 is a high-performance action sports camera that is easy to use, streamlined, waterproof, dustproof and features image stabiliser technology. The CM-2000 is ANT+ compatible and can also be paired with GPS devices and Di2 units.

The device has an advanced auto-record feature and can be set to start filming when you hit a certain speed, power or location on your ride. This means you can focus on riding without having to hit record, battery life is improved and editing footage takes significantly less time.

Data-linked recording

Start recording without touching any buttons! You can link the Shimano sports camera with various ANT+ sensors and wireless units and pre-set it to record the scenes you want to capture without having to hit the record button. For example, you can tell the camera to record when you are riding at over 45kph or when you’re putting out more than 800 watts. There are 6 types of linkable data:

  • Speed – i.e. capture aggressive riding on a downhill
  • Cadence - i.e. record riding on a super steep hill at a low cadence
  • Heart Rate - i.e. start recording when your heart rate is high and you’re on the limit
  • Power – i.e. record a fast acceleration when sprinting on the flat or up a climb
  • Di2 – i.e. record when in a certain gear position such as in a big gear on a fast descent
  • GPS – i.e. record on a specific road with a great view
Each type of linkable data can be customised within the Sport Camera App on smartphones. Auto-recording is simple to use and enables you to capture great footage while riding with having to press the record button when the camera is in hard to reach places such as on your helmet or saddle rails.


The CM-2000 records at 1440p at 30 frames per second (2.5k) as well as High-definition and Full Hd, all of which offer superb picture quality. The camera performs extremely well in low light conditions such as on the road at dusk or when riding off-road in forests with thick vegetation.


Image stabilisation

The CM-2000 can be mounted on your handlebars, saddle rails or helmet. Image stabilisation technology helps to record sharp, vivid images even when the road surface is uneven or when you’re riding out of the saddle.

Waterproof and dustproof

Waterproof and dustproof performance means the camera is robust and doesn’t require any protective case. A water repellent lens protector also means rain drops and wheel spray flow off the lens and won’t affect the quality of your recording.

Editing and ANT+ overlay

Shimano’s camera editor is available for Mac and Windows devices. Because the CM-2000 has ANT+ connectivity, data from various ANT+ sensors can be overlaid on the video. The auto-record feature means there is often less editing required as you don’t have hours of footage to look through.

Sport Camera App and Smartphone Compatibility

The CM-2000 can be controlled via the Sport Camera App which is available for both iOS and Android devices. You can check the view point on live view, configure shooting conditions and check recorded videos.


  • User’s manual
  • Mount set
  • Screws
  • Tether
  • Belt
  • Rubber base
  • Double-sided tape
  • USB cable
  • Lens protector
  • Li-ion battery


Sorry but cold, simply because of shocking battery life...

Original Poster

Don't worry, I mostly agree with you, but then I've got the CM1000 unit that's got similar battery life at 1080p/30fps, so it's an improvement.
due to it's size & shape ( matchbox, lens out small side rather than gopro lens out large side) , it blends easier onto a shoulder mount.

Anyone know if this can record on external power bank via USB?
Edited by: "windta1ker" 30th Nov

1.2 hours thats only getting warmed up on my ride
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