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Old 09-20-2007, 02:48 PM   #1
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how to:make your own helmet cam.

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oh really i thought it was more like <object width="426"></object>
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That video was hilarious! I loved it! I bet he has some cool looking videos off of that.
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That's pretty slick. I would cut 4 slits in the back and run two longer strips of velcro all the way through and then sew them in place so they don't slip. I think that would be safer than 4 strips attached by their ends.
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Before he switched to an "in-helmet" cam, Azylum had a setup identical to this. I actually wore it for Rogers memorial ride, while Az was filming from the back of Vmaxgirl's truck.

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