Today I tried a few experiments with mounting the Flip camera on my camera. As you can see from the included videos, the positions are usable, but a bit closer to the cockpit than I’d like.
If I want to mount the camera further back, the Fit2Paddle site recommends the StickyPod, but it’s $69, which seems excessive. However, googling has found me this much cheaper camera mount. It’s only $17, so it might be worth buying it just to give it a try.
2 thoughts on “Mounting the camera on the kayak”
Is the Flip waterproof or do you have a housing for it?
The Flip is in a dry-bag. I screwed the camera mount through the wall of the bag, which probably means it isn’t waterproof, but it’s relatively drip proof and will probably do as long as I don’t flip the boat.
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