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VI) Camera Mounting Description

The camera can be mounted in a number of ways using the straps and the velcro patch provided. Please follow the methods of mounting as suggested below:

Fixing the position of the camera

  • a)

    With the base of the camera facing you, turn the clip clockwise to tighten its position.

  • b)

    With the base of the camera facing you, turn the clip counter clockwise to loosen its position.

Mounting the camera onto a helmet using the silicon rubber strap:

  • 1.

    Attach the rubberized patch to the bottom of the helmet mount grip.

  • 2.

    +3. Thread the silicon rubber strap through the helmet grip.

  • 4.

    Mount the helmet grip to the helmet using the silicon rubber strap.

  • 5.

    Slide the camera into the helmet mount grip.

  • 6.

    Adjust the angle of the camera making sure it's secure.

  • 7.

    To avoid damage to the camera, the mount lock at the base must be

loosened before twisting the camera.

Note: Use caution when twisting; the clip may be sharp.

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Mounting the camera using the velcro strap:

1. Attach the rubber patch to the bottom of the helmet grip. 2+3. Place the helmet grip on the helmet, and thread the velcro strap

through the helmet grip. 4. Secure the velcro strap by fastening

it through the helmet vents. 5. Slide the camera into the helmet

mount grip, and adjust the angle of the camera making sure it is secure.

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#3 Mounting the camera using the handlebar grip:

  • 1.

    Place the handlebar grip on the handlebar.

  • 2.

    Add the screw and nut to hold the handlebar grip securely.

  • 3.

    Slide the camera into the handlebar grip and make sure the handlebar grip is locked with the camera.

  • 4.

    Adjust the angle of the camera.

Mounting the camera on a tripod or camera mount:

  • 1.

    Attach the tripod mount to the bottom of the camera.

  • 2.

    With the tripod mount on the camera, screw it onto the webcam stand.

  • 3.

    Adjust the angle of the camera.

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