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Published on Mar 12, 2010
As seen on http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/cycli... ContourHD 1080p video camera mounted to my seat pin using aero handle bar clamps and tube, and a Contour Handlebar mount, I use a rubber band (not shown) around the camera and mount to mimimise camera shake. I feel a fixed camera angle is less distracting and makes judging vehicle approach clearances easier to estimate. The laser pointer that is behind the camera gives a reference point in my videos, the "fricking laser beam" :-) hits the road at 100cm from the centreline of my bike which is 65cm clear of my handlebar end (when my bike is vertical) I usually take around 15cm off this for the cars wing mirror when estimating clearance. The red dot on the road is easier to see in the original video but can be seen towards the bottom left in some of my uploaded videos. If the driver is a complete dick you can sometimes see the dot on the vehicle. A good example of the laser dot can be seen in "Driver tailgates then forces through AUL602" and "One day's cycling in Auckland New Zealand"