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hand towel + duct tape == $3 camera mount, and it doesn't vibrate and shake around as bad as that guy's, it's far more secure, and it takes far less time to set up and remove for use.

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lots of vibration there... maybe some rubber to isolate the mount from the bars would help...
 

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With a strip of rubber things would be better. I guess this camera also doesn't have an "image stabilizer" like normal (video)camera's do. Maybe a videocamera would do better with this setup.
 

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I used some foam, a 6"x6" peice of plywood,some long bolts, and the mount from the top of my tripod.
Foam on tank, plywood on it, drilled holes to line up with gas cap bolts. Put long bolts on there to attach plywood to tank, attached tripod mount to plywood. This allowed for adjusting the camera left to right, up/down pivot, and even tilt.

Made nice, pretty smooth video's too.
 
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