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    Follow up to my helmet cam post

    Hey guys,

    So today I fabricated a digital camera mount for my handlebars, freakin works awesome! Anyway slapped my digital camera on the bike and then went to the same road that I shot the Tony Hawk Cam on...Big difference...The T.H. Cam is junk, and with my mount I fabricated I can use ANY digital camera that has movie mode, which most do I think...Anyway my digital cam doesn't have sound by I wanted you all to see the difference...Here is the original T.H. cam vid:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG9tNaYSWeg

    Here is the one using my camera with my mount I made:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9b1voqhTa_4

    You tube definately compresses them b/c it plays perfect on a movie browser on a computer...But even with the compression that youtube does it is 10X better than the camera specially made for this stuff LOL...Live and learn, I'll be ebaying my T.H. tonight hahaha...
    Damn right it's a Hawk GT

    #2
    damb i need a road like that around here

    hope to be making my own videos soon
    just have to figure out how im going to mount it to the bike
    1988 & 1991 hawkgt, 2005 rc51

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      #3
      Hey man,

      I can take pictures of the way I fab'd mine, it holds any digital camera the way a tripod does and screws into the stock mirror threads...Looks awesome and you get the best angle for 1st person riding...Let me know if you want a diagram/parts list/how to kinda thing...
      Damn right it's a Hawk GT

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        #4
        looks much smoother, like the way your mount works, definately post some pics.

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