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    Senior Member TuggerHiller's Avatar
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    GoPro test

    This is a first attempt at using a mounted GoPro up Gomer Hill and back down.




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    The video looks great to me! Looked like a great ride! Please excuse my ignorance, but was that shot on Long Island?
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    Very nice..... The camera was aimed perfect. That area sure reminds me of southern mich........... Except we have lakes around every corner... "Well almost. How fast were you going ???????????????? OMM.

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    It was shot Upstate New York, not Long island.
    I haven't had time to get the handlebar mount, so I mounted it on it's display frame screwed to the front and zip tied down.
    Speed varied --- 30 through town, 55 when possible, and some times I crawled on that gravel and dirt.
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    I think your test worked out pretty darn good. Good aim, with very very minimal vibration. Of course a good camera helps a lot. I've tried the tank/cup mount borrowed from B-dub and tried handlebar mounting, in both cases I just can't minimize the engine/vehicle vibration as well as you did. Maybe I'll try to rig up a mount on the cowl like you.
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