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falkkor
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falkkor Jun 20, 8:45pm - #202791 

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Suggestion Needed: Camera Mount Point

Ok was jsut out driving with my camera on a tripod mounted over my sholder and it came out kidna crappy my head kept getting in the way and you could only see out half the windshield. Think it would come out better on the passanger side aimed twards center of windshield.. but you wouldnt be able to see tach or speedo?
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celicaboy
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celicaboy Jun 20, 8:48pm - #202792 

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it sounds to me by the by your describing what you want you need more then one camera
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falkkor
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falkkor Jun 20, 8:57pm - #202793 

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Well im going to put a lil vcd together and thought it would be fun to do. Im going to use some of the footage from over my sholder, then go out .. well in about 30min when Bat recharges .. with it mounted straight out the windshield, then again later with it right aimed at tach/Spedo and doing some quick accels, then later tonight goina put it in the vcenter of back seat looking out and go cruising town smile

a lil edit here and there and presto smile Was jsut wondering if anyone found a really good spot to put a camera on a tripiod that has a great angle and can be strapped down so It doesnt tip over tongue
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Sultan
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Sultan Jun 20, 10:10pm - #202794 

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the best I've come up with is to get a B-pillar mounted behind the front seats and mount the camera there with perhaps a stabilizer perpendiculat to the bar...
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