Enter the "PeeCam 808" !
I already had a microSD memory card that I could use for this project.
So, I spent another 1USD at the pharmacy for a "specimen container", -or a pee bottle, if you prefer...
-Will this prevent water from damaging the camera?
Well, do you trust this bottle on the day of your doctor's appointment, from getting your schoolbooks or whatever in your pack from being damaged by.. well, urine?
Let's have a go, the camera's only 11USD anyway!
-Yes, we'll just be filming thru the transparent bottom of the bottle, thus the need for the colorless, transparent pee bottle.
KEEP IT SIMPLE!
The long zip tie then was closed, thus serving as a handle or a loop for securing the PeeCam to whatever object you want later.
Start up the camera, put it in the bottle, and go!
Note that I''m using a piece of tape also around the lid of the bottle, to avoid it from somehow becom unscrewed during the action.
For this shoot, the PeeCam 808 is gaffa taped to the top of my windsurf mast, -and the result can be seen in the video of this instructable's first step.
-Not bad for 12 dollars.... a wide angle lense would make this even better!