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KennyP77

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KennyP77 says:

Camera positions

Ive got myself a mini 2 HD camera and im looking to see what the general opinion is on the best spot for it to be fixed ?? my own thoughts was to fix it under the central air intake on the nose !! im not so sure the helmet is that great a spot coz if i turn my head at all, all youll catch is a field ( not great viewing ) !! Any ideas ??

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

camera

Anywhere where you don't get the speedo in the recording.

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Camera positions

Mounting it to your helmet (The large one with the see-through bit at the front :lol:) might not actually be a bad idea as you can pan at will.  Otherwise the camera view is fixed ahead only.   

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mk1rob

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mk1rob says:

cam

I have my Gopro on the top of my helmet or on the tank. Helmets good but you don't get the full lean effect on corners as your head stays more upright. Plus i look like a tellytubby! I put some tape over the speedo when on the tank. I think its good being able to see the rev counter and what hands are doing.


I have examples of both on youtube. check out my channel: mk1rob

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