This unique camera holder consist of a camera mount and a strap that can be attached to the frame of a wheelchair, bike, or even around someone's wrist like a cuff. For my particular purposes, I designed it for hooking to my wheelchair, though it would work just as well for many other uses. It holds the camera on the frame of the wheelchair allowing the camera to be held steady. It is also perfect for taking action shots, attaching easily to a bike or just about anything with handle-bars or something which you can attach the straps around.
This build requires the following materials.
1 Dollar-store tripod - (Look for a cheap tripod that you can remove the camera mount from. I choose a common dollar store model that uses a single screw to attach the legs to the camera mount.)
1 scrap piece of leather
4 VELCRO® strips or other fabric hook-and-loop fasteners( Recommend fabric hook-and-loop fasteners without glue backing if possible)
1 sheet of paper
Hot glue gun
Estimated build time: 20 min