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VIO POV Setup

Discussion in 'Other Photography' started by Alba, Jul 1, 2014.

  1. Alba

    Alba Active Member

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    I have a VIO POV set-up on the bike I have mounted the bullet camera on the near side fairing using a star velcro attachment, very secure. Has anyone found interesting variable ways to mount the camera?

    I am struggling where to mount the recording unit, any tips?

    Finally, :), I am very disappointed how long a fresh set of double A's last circa 30 mins. There is a power supply which runs off the battery but that is £50.

    Not finished .... where do you mount your hand held camera for the 'on the bike shots'? I find when i am on the bike i just like to ride, stopping and taking pictures is secondary. Example 303 mile round trip to Lochgilphead took about 5 pictures Through stunning scenery and excellent roads with no photographs.

    Must get better with this photography lark ......
     
  2. Lowflyer

    Lowflyer Well-Known Member

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    What the fek's a VIOPOV then ?? :eekicon: :D
     
  3. Rubberchicken

    Rubberchicken Well-Known Member

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    Camera.

    I stuck my CheaPro on the valve cover. Sound's a bit tappety but I kinda like the angle. ;)

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  4. Alba

    Alba Active Member

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    How did you attach it and was the heat not an issue???
     
  5. Rubberchicken

    Rubberchicken Well-Known Member

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    Just stuck it on with one of those 3M pads. It helps that I've got a steel plate on top of the valve cover for protection so it's nice and flat. Gets a bit warm but not too much, that 3M stuff can take some abuse. It hasn't fallen off yet at any rate. :D

    Dunno if I'll keep it there though, vibration and noise wise it's not the best spot in the world.
     

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