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Tips for mounting on motorcycle?

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Re: Tips for mounting on motorcycle?

Postby peter nap » Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:05 pm

I use the helmet mount as much as possible. When I can't, I use a chest mount and when I want a lower view, I have a leg mount I made.
Your body is just better at reducing shock than any mount I've found. Hooking it to my bike reminds me of putting wheels on my flycam.

I even use my helmet mount to shoot when I don't want recoil jolting the shot. I get a lot of looks...but so what :lol:

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Re: Tips for mounting on motorcycle?

Postby scuddygixer » Sun Apr 10, 2011 2:56 am

Ive only just got my hd motorsports hero kit and also have played with the suction mount quite a bit, I also tried the anti roll bar mount on my crash bung but the vibration is to much and has marked my camera quite badly. without the vibration the crash bung position would be awesome, Im still trying 2 find a better place to mount it.
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Re: Tips for mounting on motorcycle?

Postby peter nap » Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:37 am

Greg_E wrote:
joeknapton wrote:

Sure looks like a Bogen Superclamp to me, I see nothing to isolate the vibrations.


Yep!
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Re: Tips for mounting on motorcycle?

Postby 901Roadking » Sat Oct 11, 2014 12:23 pm

Check out www.HogTagCollar. com fork mounts for motorcycles. They are good platforms for filming. Very steady
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