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Great Job on the video! Are you using the Go Pro cameras?

Thanks for doing it.

Paul C.

Thanks!

I've got 2 cameras. One is a gopro that is stuck to the end of an extendable painters pole. The other is a handheld Panasonic that I mount to a seat post in the bow.

It's taken a few rounds, but I'm starting to get the hang of filming on the boat.

Great job with the video. Love that Lund!

Thank you! :grin:

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Thanks!

I've got 2 cameras. One is a gopro that is stuck to the end of an extendable painters pole. The other is a handheld Panasonic that I mount to a seat post in the bow.

It's taken a few rounds, but I'm starting to get the hang of filming on the boat.

Thank you! :grin:

Did you have to make a special mount to use it in the seat post?

Very nice video BTW

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Did you have to make a special mount to use it in the seat post?

Very nice video BTW

No, I ordered it on amazon. It's basically a ram type (ball and socket) set up you see for graphs, but made for cameras. Either video or still. One end has an adapter to fit cameras and the other has an adjustable C clamp.

I remove the seat in the bow, and leave the post. Then just clamp the mount onto the top. It works really well. A lot better than using a tripod. I know this from experience, after a buddy knocked my camera to the bottom in 200' fow last summer while using a tripod. :mad:

If you're interested, I can probably dig up the link on amazon for you.

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No, I ordered it on amazon. It's basically a ram type (ball and socket) set up you see for graphs, but made for cameras. Either video or still. One end has an adapter to fit cameras and the other has an adjustable C clamp.

I remove the seat in the bow, and leave the post. Then just clamp the mount onto the top. It works really well. A lot better than using a tripod. I know this from experience, after a buddy knocked my camera to the bottom in 200' fow last summer while using a tripod. :mad:

If you're interested, I can probably dig up the link on amazon for you.

I have a mount that I clamped on the windshield but the vibration was too intense and it made for bad video. I will try clamping onto the seat post .

If you have the link available send it just in case my clamp doesn't' work.

Thank Jim

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I have a mount that I clamped on the windshield but the vibration was too intense and it made for bad video. I will try clamping onto the seat post .

If you have the link available send it just in case my clamp doesn't' work.

Thank Jim

Here you go Jim. This is the one:

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This is where I got it:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000ABB4HC/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00

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