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Looking for a bracket for in-car video/photo.

 
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Jul 17, 2012 14:01 |  #1

I bought the http://www.amazon.com …0&sr=1-23&keywords=delkin (external link) for In-car camera mounting for picture and video. The only problem is that it mounts upside down. I had to shoot everything and then flip it right-side up in editing.

Looking for a bracket that I can hook up to it but something that can make me mount the camera right side up to begin with. Was looking at something like the http://www.digitalrev.​com …-bracket-sb-e2/MjM4MA_A_A (external link) but I don't want to shell out that much money.

Thinking maybe i could just get those slider brackets and create something but I dont even know where to get those online.

Any constructive suggestions?


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Jul 18, 2012 18:56 |  #2

I think I've seen tripod threaded hot-shoe connectors. Not sure if I would want my camera supported by it's hot-shoe, but it's one alternative if you can figure out a way so that it isn't bearing too much of a load.


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