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I am looking for a way to attach my Sony Handycam to my helmet. Any cc.comies already rigged something up? Please include pics. Not looking to shell out big $$$ for a professional setup; just want to try this out once or twice.

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Not looking to shell out big $$$ for a professional setup; just want to try this out once or twice.

 

Here's an economical solution:

 

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But seriously, you might send Serenity a PM as he has filmed more than a few mountain bike adventures with a helmet cam.

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Not looking to shell out big $$$ for a professional setup; just want to try this out once or twice.

 

Here's an economical solution:

 

duct_tape_baby_mianro.jpg

 

OMG! :lmao: thats hilarious Pope!

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My paragliding buddy put one on his helmet by simply sticking a small bolt from the inside-out through one of the vent holes, and then screwing the bottom of the camera (in the tripod/mounting hole)onto this.

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My paragliding buddy put one on his helmet by simply sticking a small bolt from the inside-out through one of the vent holes, and then screwing the bottom of the camera (in the tripod/mounting hole)onto this.

Why not just get a pair of those video enabled glasses on Mission Impossible?

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If you're looking for a cheap and easy helmet-cam, the Oregon Scientific ATC-2000 isn't a bad deal. Waterproof, records to a tiny memory card, runs about $100, and is about 2/3 the size of a can of Red Bull.

 

Shot this video with it this fall:

 

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