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Dec 8th, 2005 9:44 am
EzyMount
Gadget Mount / Panavise Mounts

Our system is more robust, chrome mounting hardware is warrantied for life and Panavise products offer greater range of adjustments in all directions..works and looks better.... !

Panavise has been producing mounting systems for cameras, electronics, etc. longer than RAM...

www.dallasmotorcycles.com

Look under Gadget Mounts...

Jim
Dec 8th, 2005 7:52 am
danbrew perhaps stating the obvious, but make sure your camera lens it out of the airflow - basically behind the windshield. you don't want all the crap that hits your windshield to hit your camera lens - unless you don't mind it being a disposible camera.

Dec 7th, 2005 11:18 pm
paulgadget
He did say cheap!

I think the ultra pod is the way to go, I have medium sized one.
Dec 7th, 2005 3:01 pm
tnk12lt
ram setup

There are some pix of my ram camera mount described by docwagner
in this thread.

http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...?t=2533&page=2
Dec 7th, 2005 2:12 pm
simoncharles Roy,
Here's another one
http://www.touratech.de/Shop/en-us/dept_86.html
Simon
Dec 7th, 2005 10:55 am
JetDoc I think you'll find what you want on this page...

http://www.ram-mount.com/camera_mount/camera_mounts.htm
Dec 7th, 2005 8:22 am
docwagner Ram Mounts makes a ball mount that utilizes the auxiliary mirror holes on each handle bar. You can then get a Ram mount arm and camera baseplate. Screw the baseplate to the bottom of the camera and attach the arm to both balls and off you go. Not very expensive either and appears to be sturdy enough. If you need a picture I can shoot one tonight when I get home from work.
Dec 7th, 2005 4:55 am
Thor1340
This might work

Hi,

So long as your camera isn't too big and heavy, their is here in the UK a small folding camera tripod called an ULTRA POD which is able to be folded small and velcroed to things like gate posts, scaffolding, tree branches etc I have found this American link if it is of any use to you. http://www.pedcopods.com/products.htm

I use a small one on a compact camera and it is great, but I havent tried it on the handlebars.

Regards

Stuart
Dec 7th, 2005 1:15 am
RoyvL
Camera Mount

I am looking for a simple (and cheap) way to temporarily mount a camera. I don't want a permanent shelf, just a quick clip on/off type arrangement. I have looked at regular camera clamps but can't find anything that will fit the LT handlebars.
Anyone done similar with an aftermarket clamp or even velcro?

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