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Old 09-18-08, 02:00 PM   #1
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Digital camera mount for top tube?

I've done some searching on this forum for methods of mounting a digital camera to your bike, and viewed many video examples of their use. One thing I notice is that mounting the camera on your handlebar, while easier, results in a very unsteady image from the subtle back and forth movements generally made while riding.

My thought is that the top tube, just behind the stem, would be the ideal place to mount a camera. Has anyone done this and could recommend a clamp with a reasonable-height extension (say 8" or so) that I could mount my Canon SD200 on?

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I typed "camera mount" in google and this was the third hit:
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