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#1 Melanie Dean

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 04:45 PM

I am having issues trying to mount small hand-held cameras to the interior of the vehicle I want to use. The cameras are little JVC Everios that weigh .89 lbs (with the small battery attached). At first, I used The Cleat vacuum mount I found online, but there was some issues with harmonic vibration that would turn the cameras off.

So I upgraded to The Gripper... at first it worked but then once I start going... the cameras would cut off (too much vibration).

I figured I'd keep going trial and error until I found the right one, but I have so little expertise I figured it would be better to grovel at everyone's feet for some much needed advice :)


My goal is to have a total of 5 camera mounted in the SUV (driver, driver side, two rear passengers and one in the center to capture everyone). Any ideas or suggestions would be really really really grateful.

Thanks!!!
Melanie
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