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Video Camera Mount for an E30

Discussion in 'E30 (1984-1993)' started by Brian A, Nov 14, 2009.

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    Brian A

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    az3579

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    Wow, that is a heckuvalot more complicated than the one I have. Mine's a simple bar, with holes drilled in it and U-joints with wing nuts to attach to the passenger side headrest. Then I have a very large piece of foam usually velcroed to the end of it so my helmet doesn't get destroyed if I hit it, with the camera right near the end of it.
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    Brian A

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    I suppose. It was a couple hours work and $50. I wanted something that didn't vibrate when it stuck out the window.

    That is another concern I have. Should I ever roll or crash on the track, my head is in my helmet and I have enough holes in my head already. Even as-is, I worry that its not secure enough.
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    The solution: don't crash.
    Seriously.

    What are the chances that you'll roll the car? Not very high, and lowering helps as well.




    Honestly, short of using suction-cup mounts, I don't see a "safe" way (in respect to rolling over) to do it. Then again, I don't know the full range of products available, but if you want the cheap way out, then you'll have to pay in other respects.

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