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pretty freakin shakey in some parts but you get the idea.
an old sony cybershot attached to a speedometer mount via the ziptie method, get the job done!
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im sure its been done hundreds of times before, so lets see your "budget" movies too..
by the way.. dont poke fun at my begenner DH style:thumbsup:
 

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Seems to work ok. I think that you will need to point the camera higher when it is on your helmet so that we can see what is coming, instead of your front wheel.
I am not a fan of the images that you get when the camera is mounted to the handlebar as it is too shaky.
Looks like you had a fun day.

Eric
 

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I've done the same thing but the nice thing about the go-pros and other helmetcams is their wide angle lenses. You don't get that with your cybershot
 

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HighTitan said:
makes me so sad to see tedds in that shape. RIP
For reals... too many riders... not enough people throwing dirt. And a lot of people are doing useless work out there causing more harm than good.
 

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on the helmet it looks better cause less movement. on the handlebar i would be worried about the camera because of the constant jarring movement.
 

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I'm not expecting too much from the cybershot, it's our backup camera. That being said, I will spend countless hours making mounts. This time I'm going for the alternate view helmet mount.

After lots of trial and error


Little mousepad chunk in between

Some stickers for something to partially look at

Good to go, stay tuned for some more mediocre downhill riding, next time at the tunnels!
 
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