Introduction: Bicycle Rear End Camera Mount.


The arm of a HDD was used as a "mechanical finger" to remotely operate a camera (didn't want to use electronics) .
The "mechanical finger" is operated with the gear shifter mounted on the handle bars. The set-up needs some "cosmetic" modifications.

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juanoporras made it! (author)2010-05-04

that is awesome man, what do you push on the bike to take a picture?
I like that you did it in a very neat way, congrats

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bertus52x11 made it! (author)bertus52x112010-05-04

Thanks!
I use an old gear shifter that I have mounted on the handle bars in the curved section, close to the brakes so I can operate it with my thumb and still reach my brakes at the same time. Does this make sense to you?
 

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foothillfrontier made it! (author)2010-03-22

NICE!

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bertus52x11 made it! (author)bertus52x112010-03-22

Thanks! 
I'll post the Instructable as soon as I'm satisfied with the final set-up.
Meanwhile, you can use the "Rear pocket camera mount" (somehow I can't add the link over here).

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getbusy21 made it! (author)2010-02-26

Bad A$$ homie!

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bertus52x11 made it! (author)bertus52x112010-02-27

 Thank you?

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