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    Mounting camera on ski

    Hey im looking for some ideas to mount my camera on the ski if you could post some pictures or something that would be great.


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    Depending on the camera you have, you can get a handle bar mount and mount it to your grips slightly forward so the camera is in front of your hands and doesn't get in the way. I will post a picture later. Most of the cameras have a screw-in on the bottom to mount to another type mount. This is usually universal so most will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Depending on the camera you have, you can get a handle bar mount and mount it to your grips slightly forward so the camera is in front of your hands and doesn't get in the way. I will post a picture later. Most of the cameras have a screw-in on the bottom to mount to another type mount. This is usually universal so most will do.
    Ok cool


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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsakosgt View Post
    I have a camera already I'm just trying to mount it.

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    Try a search on google for handlebar camera mounts!
    I hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calendine2369 View Post
    I have a camera already I'm just trying to mount it.

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    I have one made by Ram? Its a suction cup that is bad a##. Kirk used it when he and the family went to Colorado. He said at one point they opened the sun roof and stuck it on the roof while driving up some mountain and it did not blink an eye.

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    What camera do you have?
    Mounting a camera on the bars can be hard to watch later if you ride in the rough. Mount it on the side or front/rear.

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