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Well, as some of you know I like taking video of the rides I do to share with friends and family. I have an excellent helmet camera, but video of peoples rears gets old. So I started mounting video devices on the rear of the KLR. At first vibration was the biggest problem. I solved that by making my own vibration isolator. Recently the issue has been the attachment point that the camera has. They're just too weak. I've broken the mounting point on the camera twice. This time it was unrepairable. So I've come up with a rear video camera holder. :)

as you can see it is a open top metal holder with neoprene gasketing inside. To keep it secure I have a plastic shim that gets bungied down, till I find a better way of compressing it from the top.:63a:

Havn't had a chance to try it out yet but I am pleased with it so far and think it will be a rather indestructable case for some of the offroad video I like to shoot.:16a:
 
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