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April 18, 2007


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It's nice to see you wearing your helmet young man. All the easier to be spotted in those troughs. ;)

I too am making cuning plans for a mast top cam. involving an old mast top with cutaways to negotiate the fixed head system.

What are your plans?

I'm considering cutting up an RDM mast adapter, and/or drilling through one side of it to attach the OEM clip. Then I'll slide the entire thing down the mast tip until it's firm.

I won't be able to do this until Saturday at the earliest.

Nice to read some other stories from users. I've also bought me an actioncamera and some weeks ago we tried it the first time (some trainingday before the windless mondial du vent in the south of france)


(sorry for the dutch language on the website, but I'm a belgian... ;-) )

Nice video, Herman, and don't worry about the Dutch!

The cam construction that works for me:
Also added a windscreen couple of days ago.

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