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    In-Car Cameras

    I've been looking at getting a camera mount, or some in-car bullit cameras. Anyone on here had any experience, or anything you can recommend?

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    for my track day stuff i used to use a mount that fittted on the seat head rest bar, then i used my video camera on it, and it worked fine

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    Hey there Chris, how are ya mate? I've tried the head rest mount and its ok, but recently my bro bought a suction mount, which is a really top quality product, and can be used inside or outside the car. Visit the makers from the link below, they've got a range of goodies

    http://00626e1.netsolhost.com/formos...tion_mount.htm
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    Some here, they also sell them on Ebay.

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    I purchased the one off demon tweeks and it was ok
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    I've spent ages looking on ebay. Where can I find one for attaching to my seat?
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    The B Hague stuff is the best I've seen / used...

    http://www.b-hague.co.uk/camera_suct...uum_mounts.htm

    Utterly reliable...and more stable than any seat mounted bracket because the seat moves.

    Got one fitted to the rear window, zoom in enough to get a view out the front...job's a good 'un.


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