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    Took my 360 Camera for a ride

    Thought I'd try something new and bring my 360 camera along for a ride. The quality isn't amazing but not too bad considering I got it for 60$ from a pawn shop. For those unfamiliar with 360, if you click and drag on the video window you can move the "camera" around.

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    Very cool. What camera is it? Do you have a pic of how you had it mounted?

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    Cool. Watch out fur dim moooooose up there.
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    Nice! I'll have to check out your video later on my daydream vr headset. I'm guessing it will make me nauseous, or weird me out like I'm riding on your handlebars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike450 View Post
    Very cool. What camera is it? Do you have a pic of how you had it mounted?
    Its an LG 360 Cam, cheap but functional Looking to get an Insta360 Evo soon, much better quality. I don't have a picture, but basically I've got a suction cup mount with a standard tripod screw on it, and I just suction cupped it to the tachometer glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RallyK View Post
    Nice! I'll have to check out your video later on my daydream vr headset. I'm guessing it will make me nauseous, or weird me out like I'm riding on your handlebars.
    I'm going to go with nauseous, the footage is quite shaky. I tried to stabilise it afterwords but my computer isn't powerful enough :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlargKing View Post
    ... and I just suction cupped it to the tachometer glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oupa View Post
    Cool. Watch out fur dim moooooose up there.
    I think if I tucked I could go under a moose XD, it's deer that worry me most cuz the darn things will jump out of a ditch at you. Moose just saunter across the road because they know they have right of way XD.
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    That's not too shaky, and being able to pan around while the video is playing is very cool.
    Thanks for sharing the ride.
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    That is really weird. It is pretty much impossible to mount a camera on the bike and not get some jello. The only thing I have found is mounting it on you. You might try putting it on the top of your helmet. I like to use my GoPros as a helmet chin mount. I've also had good luck with a chest mount. That wouldn't work with the 360.
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