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Pretty simple idea. I can't be the only who at some point needed a flash light pointed in just the right direction and didn't have a spare set of hands to do it. So here's my answer. You'll need some kind of camera stand with a standard screw mount. and 1/4" nut and some sugru. Yellow was my choice of course. Oh and a flashlight of course.

Simply mold the sugru around the flashlight. Doesn't have to go completely around but I didn't make sure that is was more then 180degrees so that it would make a tighter bond. Also helps to find the balance point of the flashlight first. Do that with batteries in to make sure it balances properly. makes it easier to point the light in the correct angle when your using it.

24 hrs to dry and your good
This is freaking awesome, love it. You could literally mount anything to a tripod with a 1/4" nut, genius.

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