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Wish me luck with this...

OK, I've been talking about doing this ever since I first got the SV. As stupid/cool/crazy/awesome as this could be, wish me luck with this!

(Edit: Really sorry for the blown photos...I was giggling like a school girl and didn't take good shots with the D200)





It consists of a Bogen Super Clamp which can easily hold the camera and any lens (I can afford) on it, plus a quality 3 direction camera mount, and My Nikon D300 with Tamron 12-24 Ultra-Wide.





The camera is activated by a remote switch that's currently zip-tied the handlebars. I want to get it on the right thumb spot so I don't have to let go of the throttle to slap the button (as I will have to now). There is even an open spot on the SV for me to wire something in!




For now I have the Super-Clamp gripping the radiator guard without touching the radiator. I can clamp it on hard enough that I could pick up the front end of the bike with it, so I feel good about the camera being on it. Though I will make a nylon tether of some sort in case the clamp does some how let go, so the camera won't actually hit the ground. I'm also going to Loctite the snot out of all the fixed joints on the clamp/mount/camera combo.

The super clamp has enough range that I could clamp the camera to the handle bars, frame, forks...pretty much anything from 1/2" to a couple inches.



And yes, the front element of the lens is protected by a high end UV filter. In fact, I'm considering doubling up the filters if it doesn't muck with my photo quality too much.

So, feel free to laugh if you see me on the side of the road sweeping up camera pieces. Till then, wish me luck getting some great shots!

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Um ya, thats a lot of cash to be hanging off the side of your bike. But then again, it's a nikon, they're not worth much anyway




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Um ya, thats a lot of cash to be hanging off the side of your bike. But then again, it's a nikon, they're not worth much anyway

What was that quote I read the other day that made me think of you...oh yeah!

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somewhere in the directory i have some of the shots i took while riding around the track with it like that

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Looks fawkin pimp but I keep seeing scenarios of massive june bugs commiting suicide front and dead center on your lens then oozing its glorious insides through the tiny cracks between filter, lens and body.

or....

large pothole causes chunks of road to break off and create rock missles to be launched from underneath truck tires at the fragile lens or body.

but I'm sure 20 meg images of debris flying at your camera in stunning detail will be all worth it.
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Hell of a frame slider. I like how you used blue zip ties. It really ties the bike together. Haha.
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Looks fawkin pimp but I keep seeing scenarios of massive june bugs commiting suicide front and dead center on your lens then oozing its glorious insides through the tiny cracks between filter, lens and body.

or....

large pothole causes chunks of road to break off and create rock missles to be launched from underneath truck tires at the fragile lens or body.

but I'm sure 20 meg images of debris flying at your camera in stunning detail will be all worth it.
Fragile? You must be thinking of Canon's cameras. The Nikon is a magnesium frame and polycarb body. Lenses are typically polycarb, aluminum, and stainless with a very durable coating on the glass (for the 'tards that don't know how to clean them). I'm confident the Nikon with stand up the elements, I'm only worried about something hitting the front of the lens fast/hard enough to go through a protective UV filter and the front glass element. So you won't see me with $1000 lenses on there unless I'm being paid to take photos with a $1000 lens.

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Hell of a frame slider. I like how you used blue zip ties. It really ties the bike together. Haha.
Fuck you and your Mickey Mouse tattoo! How did I know you'd be the one to point out the blue zip tie.

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somewhere in the directory i have some of the shots i took while riding around the track with it like that

from 07 at RA
Yeah, I think I remember you posting that, and I had like a dozen questions for you about it. I just never felt it was the solution I wanted. Firebretha was going to help me build a bracket, but he's all talk unless I let him put LEDs on it. When I (re)read about this superclamp, I was all stoaked to try it out!

Let me see some of your photos? I'm not sure I'm taking my rig out tonight...I want to pick up some locktight and rig up a tether in case things don't work out the way I hope.

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Why not just get a tank bag, put the camera in there all set up, and stop when you want to take a picture?

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shenannigans! looks good but I would be more tempted to mount it above the front tire since right now it looks like a frame slider
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Yeah, I think I remember you posting that, and I had like a dozen questions for you about it. I just never felt it was the solution I wanted. Firebretha was going to help me build a bracket, but he's all talk unless I let him put LEDs on it. When I (re)read about this superclamp, I was all stoaked to try it out!

Let me see some of your photos? I'm not sure I'm taking my rig out tonight...I want to pick up some locktight and rig up a tether in case things don't work out the way I hope.
LR... It wasn't so much of a rig for shooting as it was a way to transport the camera around from corner to corner.. RA is a big place and the 70-200 f2.8 is a pretty big lens (easily twice if not over twice the weight of my camera) figured it was safer to mount it on the mount than try to carry it or sling it in a pack

with a remote shutter by the throttle.. it'd be kind of neat

I think I am just going to mount some video cameras and snap stills.. but I can't imagine they will hold a candle to stills from your rig
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I couldn't resist taking the SV out to get gas (And loctite). Man it sure does need locktight. I had to tighten two particular joints at every stop. And I couldn't figure out where "level" was. I also realize I need more light to take photos from a V-twin. Dusk shots don't work well on a vibrating bike. LOL






Oh, and if I lean to far, the camera thinks I'm trying to do a portrait. I was flipping through the photos and I'm like...fuck, I don't remember laying the bike on it's side. LOL I'll have to remember to shut that off next ride.





It's a good start. After some tweaks I'm sure this will work great.

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Pretty cool idea. Get some shots with a great new perspective.

Just a thought; is the mount easily movable to another bike part? Like the frame, it might give a cool detail to frame the side of the picture with a fork and a wheel on the road. It'd be similar to the picture you took of Brianne in the woods when you held the camera by the ground and shot upwards.

EDIT: spent some time looking for the damn post but I finally found it - https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...7&postcount=30

Personally, I really like that picture, instead of just a low angle it has a sense of speed and movement

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It was an obscure piece on the bike. The scoot looks great. Don't tell people it is portrait, tell em you are railing.

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Eric that would make for awesome group riding photos. Maybe even help others with turning by by them and others see what they were doing. That last pic is the start of supermoto road. I had a blast riding the speed tables on a sportbike. It would be a hoot on a SM.
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Pretty cool idea. Get some shots with a great new perspective.

Just a thought; is the mount easily movable to another bike part? Like the frame, it might give a cool detail to frame the side of the picture with a fork and a wheel on the road. It'd be similar to the picture you took of Brianne in the woods when you held the camera by the ground and shot upwards.

EDIT: spent some time looking for the damn post but I finally found it - https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...7&postcount=30

Personally, I really like that picture, instead of just a low angle it has a sense of speed and movement
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Eric that would make for awesome group riding photos. Maybe even help others with turning by by them and others see what they were doing. That last pic is the start of supermoto road. I had a blast riding the speed tables on a sportbike. It would be a hoot on a SM.
These are my plans exactly, and why I didn't just want to go with a tank mount. I'm very excited to see what I can come up with, the next nice day out!

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Test #2.

Took a 13 mile ride over to Firebretha's for a dinner that look looked like it came from the Exorcist but tasted The Awesome! And took a run around the block with Rick to see what the photos looked like with another ride in the frame. I feel very secure that the camera isn't going to fall off, though I still have a nylon tether just in case. I think my only problem thus far was bugs hitting the protective filter in front of the lens, and dirt. I'm still working on dialing in the settings on the camera, and where to mount the camera in relation to the front wheel. I'd like to get more of the SV in the shot if I can.

















Vibrations are still a problem with sharpness. I'm going to have to figure out a way around that before I get sharp photos all the time.

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Personally, much prefer some bike in the shot. Really digging it. If the road in that first picture was curvy that's an A+ motorcycle ad.


Well, maybe not with the zip tie on the fork
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Crap, you rode with Rick today? I thought he only stored that bike.
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Well, maybe not with the zip tie on the fork
Thanks! I'm always open to suggestions. I'm still just a beginner, so anything that others see that I'm not, I'm totally open for.

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Well, he did have to put it back together before we rode...and he was so excited to see the shots, that he forgot to lube his chain...which was the excuse we came up with for riding around the block for 5 minutes.

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danke for the quick five minute cruise! sucks I forgot to lube the chain. tomorrow I need to go out to mcmaster car and get a new sandblasting bit, I might have to pull it out of storage again. lol.

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So how much does a clamp like that run? Looks like it would be a blast just to take some pics with even if your not a photo enthusiest like me.
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So how much does a clamp like that run? Looks like it would be a blast just to take some pics with even if your not a photo enthusiest like me.
It's a three piece setup consisting of the Bogen "Super Clamp", a 3 way camera mount, and a brass stud that combines the two (which needs LOTS of loctite! LOL). I think I paid $65 shipped.

I'm also looking to try HD cam mounting soon, and seeing if I can find a fisheye lens for some neat tricks.

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