camera car mount.

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  1. phil-ray

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    im intrested in buying a in/out of car camera mount, i found this shop on ebay which seems to have the stuff im after but not 100% sure if there all just cheap tat or are worth the money the person is looking.

    http://stores.ebay.co.uk/fastfilms1


    im looking to pay around 100 or so pounds on a mount, ps i have a Dslr
     
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    any help?
     
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    What's your goal?

    Cars vibrate ALOT . . . when shooting from a car, I use a sandbag over the open window area to dampen the vibrations.

    If you want to shoot outside the car while it's moving then a mount is essential. But if you just want to shoot from the car, I personally think it's the wrong tool.
     
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    If you're looking to shoot out from within the car a gorillapod is a good guy to have for that. It's pretty versatile in any situation but it could easily be slapped on an open car window. Like previously mentioned though you might want to turn the car off though.
     

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