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Old 04-15-19, 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by KraneXL View Post
That won't work. At best you'll get an obstructed view.
Nah, it will work just fine and he won't have an obstructed view. In addition to being able to adjust the horizontal aim of the camera, he can also adjust the FOV to crop any helemt bits that wander into frame.

Originally Posted by KraneXL View Post
At worst it will weigh down your helmet to on[sic] side.
If it should weight him down, and his helmet retention system (roc loc et al) can't compensate, it's simple to put a small counterweight on the other side of the helmet. With the Sony being pretty light my bet is that it will depend on his helmet type.

Originally Posted by KraneXL View Post
The limitation to a helmet mount.
In the real world these limitations don't exist. Another advantage to a side mount vs. a tele tubby top mount is less camera movement/smoother capture because the camera is at the center of the head mass.
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