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Well I got a cheap (ish} ghost x camera, my helmet a caberg, wasn't really a good shape and had the wrong curves to fit the mount too, answer well a shoie gt air, not sure what happened but my cheap camera ain't so cheap any more, go figure.

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I started out looking at surgr adhesive which was once available at Halford for 2quid but they didn't have any so ended up at j and s, and added a few naughts to that, some one here warned me this was never going to be cheap lol

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Well I got a cheap (ish} ghost x camera, my helmet a caberg, wasn't really a good shape and had the wrong curves to fit the mount too, answer well a shoie gt air, not sure what happened but my cheap camera ain't so cheap any more, go figure.

 

You may benefit from buying a pivoting mount for the camera. The pivoting mounts come with like a long arm and can mounted in a much further back position. All you need to do then is get the angle right for your image. If this makes any sense?

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Well I got a cheap (ish} ghost x camera, my helmet a caberg, wasn't really a good shape and had the wrong curves to fit the mount too, answer well a shoie gt air, not sure what happened but my cheap camera ain't so cheap any more, go figure.

 

You may benefit from buying a pivoting mount for the camera. The pivoting mounts come with like a long arm and can mounted in a much further back position. All you need to do then is get the angle right for your image. If this makes any sense?

 

Luckily the mount that came with camera fits new lid fine, took a bit of finding the right spot for full contact, and with the field of view nocked down to 95degree it does not record the side of the lid.

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Fitted sena, next lid I buy I'm getting one already fitted lol, it's not a fiddly job I enjoy and having to pull apart another lid to get it back off didn't add to the enjoyment.


All done now just need a trial run.

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