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kevin
07-10-2002, 02:29 AM
unfortunatly i don't have the computer savy or the equipment to load the video i have.

i just looked at the video i took at road atlanta with a passenger. i use a lipstick camera and it evidently got bumped. the view is of the seat and the passenger's head. the car is the 2000 r with the seat that came with it.

for those of you who don't realize it. that seat moves a hell of a lot on the track.
just thot you might want to know what a seat with an adjustable back will do. between the back of the seat and the roll bar directly behind it - the seat moves front and back about 2 inches and side to side at least an inch (probably more but the angle makes it difficult to tell).

i'll be keeping this tape wiht my camera if anyone wants to see it at the various track events

thomasmoran1
07-10-2002, 03:42 AM
Kevin, can you tell how much one of those lip stick camera's cost and how you mount it? Do you think it would be possable to mount it on the front bumper some where to get a clear shot of the track?

Thomas

kevin
07-11-2002, 01:09 PM
Originally posted by thomasmoran1
Kevin, can you tell how much one of those lip stick camera's cost and how you mount it? Do you think it would be possable to mount it on the front bumper some where to get a clear shot of the track?

Thomas

thomas, i'm traveling right now and will be back in a couple of weeks. i'll look the info up cause i don't remember. it's only about 3/4" dia and about 2 1/2" long. so it should mount just about anywere.

kevin
07-28-2002, 07:51 PM
Originally posted by thomasmoran1
Kevin, can you tell how much one of those lip stick camera's cost and how you mount it? Do you think it would be possable to mount it on the front bumper some where to get a clear shot of the track?

Thomas

thomas, here's where i got mine 1-800-397-7815. racer parts wholesale. you can check out his web site too. www.sppedcomracing.com or www.racerpartswholesale.com.

my system incleudes the camera and the audio box.

you'll probably want a pelican case to put the cam corder in too.