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Old 02-19-2008, 05:39 PM   #1
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Where can i find a camera mount?

Anyone know where I can just go and pick up a camera mount?
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:18 PM   #2
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Anyone know where I can just go and pick up a camera mount?
Didnt read the just go part, sorry!
But here are some links

http://www.slam1prod.net/

http://www.sportbikecam.com/home.php

http://www.pashnit.com/more/cameramount.htm
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where you looking to mount it?
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Old 02-19-2008, 07:22 PM   #4
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I tried to fab one up but it was too shaky, gonna have to check with Motorcycles Unlimited about that
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Old 02-21-2008, 02:42 AM   #7
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I have seen them at the 45 south cycle gear.
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I went and got the stem mount, replaced some spots with rubber gromets to try and reduce the shake but its still pretty bad. What kind of cameras do you guys use? If i'm standing still its fine but as soon as i give it gas it gets blurry
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Mine started to do that too... I have an older kodak cx7525 5M/P

try putting some rubber mounts between the camera itself and the mount(softer rubber compounds) then just pray...

I was looking at the camera mount that is waterproof at sharperimage. But if you limewire the camera's name, the video is horrible
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i made one like Azylum using a generic camera case and some spare stuff I had around. Velcro, non-slip material, some glue and a bit of sewing just to be sure. I tried it at the track and it worked well but the aiming needed adjustment. I think it's fixed now. Pics in a minute.
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Mine started to do that too... I have an older kodak cx7525 5M/P

try putting some rubber mounts between the camera itself and the mount(softer rubber compounds) then just pray...

I was looking at the camera mount that is waterproof at sharperimage. But if you limewire the camera's name, the video is horrible
yea i tried that with not much luck, i have a panasonic hard drive camera and i'd have to return it if i cant get this to work right :/:
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FYI, rubber grommets will make it worse.
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here is mine. Yes, it looks like it points up a bit but when the helmet is on it should point straight. Before I added the extra padding at the bottom it pointed down. I looped the wrist strap on so I could use the clip to attach it to the D ring on the helmet. Although the velcro doesn't give at all.
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looks good mang! you may need to point it up a bit more tho. we tend to face "down" more than we think. just my experiences.
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yeah, I have a foam shim that goes inside the case too. My first video was twenty minutes of my speedo as I went around msrh!
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what should i use to try and reduce the vibrations?
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just make sure its real tight is all you can do.
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use a towel between the mounting plate and the camera? i dunno
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here is my old sony hc20 on my tank mount...

AND TWS (Texas World Speedway) IS VERY BUMPY, but still come out great.

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mine actually screws into the bar where that stem mount goes... i JB welded a 1/4 inch nut there, screw a 1/4 inch 6" long eye bolt that is bent over into it... and mount the camera on the eye bolt... $6 total and works great... i use a sony P200 digital camera
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