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Old 03-15-2007, 09:57 PM   #1
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homemeade helmetcam

got this idea from another rider. its pointed down a little bit. i wasnt thinking about the curvature of the front of the helmet. no biggie to fix. pic of the helmet:
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this is the vid i made. nothing spectacular for my first vid, just took the long way home from work. it was a beautiful ****en day today. wish i coulda been able to ride more. also, there arent any good twisties in this part of houston. anywho, eddie rabbit rocks:
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Old 03-15-2007, 09:59 PM   #2
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:09 PM   #3
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you kept looking at the desert menu..
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:11 PM   #4
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u work at sonic?
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I dunno how you have it mounted, but careful if you turn your head.. wing might rip it off just like it did with my visor
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:16 PM   #6
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Sweet...pearland sonic, the original...keeping it old school.

I'm digging the low buck helmet cam.
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End of vid is funny
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it's cool....but i prefer the gas tank mount.....

too much movement with the helmet cam, gives me a headache to watch it.
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HAHAHA....excuse me sir!!! LOL I got $1600 right now for your bike....sorry but that was my favorite part of that whole video.
I think you should find a way to put the camera ontop of the helmet some how b/c we end up looking at the ground a lil' too much. but great job!!
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:12 PM   #11
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hey after seening the end of the vid.. you might wanna look outside to see if your bike is still there if you havent parked it inside
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LOL. yeah, when i mounted the cam i forgot that the front of the helmet is pointed downwards when youre actually wearing it. i just gotta put something under the bottom of the cam to point it more upwards. turned out pretty good for six bucks tho. and yeah, i run the sonic on 35.
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find some type of foam wedge. this will not only help your angle but prevent youcamera from sliding and scratching the helmet!!!
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lol...the end of the video was funny. $1300 cash..hahaha
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Pretty kewl video.. i liked it.. nice for first try... oh yeah.. he owns that sonic on 35...
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sweet vid the end was funny
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it's cool....but i prefer the gas tank mount.....

too much movement with the helmet cam, gives me a headache to watch it.
Helmet cams make me nauseous.... tank or under the headlight is the way to go!! But A for effort with the homemade mount!
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yeah, its a give and take situation with the mounts. bike mounted cams are much smoother, but helmet cams see what i see. much more visuals. just gotta learn not to jar my head so much, lol.
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Old 03-16-2007, 05:26 PM   #19
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oh and i reeeeally wish i had left the camera rolling. the best part of the conversation with the wigga was after i cut it off. he was going on and on about how this guy was gonna sell him a 'busa for 1100. ummmmmmmmm.....
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