Roll bar mount accessory for the GoPro Hero2 Motorsports 1080P sports camera.
Roll Bar Mount - GoPro Hero2
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This is a short video clip showing the GoPro Hero2 mounted to the front of a Harley
using the GoPro Roll Bar mount accessory, along with a short extension piece which comes with the mounting kit.
The extension piece is required to lift the camera up above the top of the front fork tube
cap on the bike, to enable the camera to be achieve a suitable angle. If this is not done, the camera casing ends up being too close to the fork.
This is a great position for the camera at this resolution (the camera was set
at 960p @ 25fps), but unfortunately there is no vibration isolation. That said,
the camera handled the vibration extremely well. Even though you can see shake
in the video footage below, the camera itself looked like it was doing a jig and
about to fly off at any time it was shaking that much.
If the camera could be mounted directly to the roll bar mount itself (rather
than an extension connected to it), it would minimise the shake quite a bit,
however I've yet to find a suitable place to do that and still get a good angle.
There are many GoPro accessories
available, so I'm sure there is something out there which will do the trick. I'll be trying a RAM mount next.
On a Harley, or mine at least, there are limted places to use the roll bar mount. Its too small for the lower fork leg, and the upper fork leg needs an extension.
GoPro really needs to have a RAM mount style system with a universal head to
cover all angles and situations - or just buy a RAM mount :)
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