Rear Camera Angle View help

MidwestATV

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Feb 13, 2018
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#1
Hey everyone,

First off, I just discovered this site and am glad I stumbled upon it. Hopefully you guys will still except me though as I'm riding ATV's, not motorcycles (anymore)!

Anyway, my question is this: I saw a motovlog somewhat recently where the guy had a camera angle from behind. It almost looked like he had a pole coming out of a backpack and extending behind him so the angle caught the back of his head and area around hit. It was a really cool angle to flip too but I can't figure out e
 

Theodor

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Nov 16, 2017
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#2
You seem to be missing the end of your post. So I don't know exactly, what is the bit you can't figure out.
By the description, I'm guessing he has mounted the camera on passengers backrest or a topcase. Or maybe used a selfie stick like monopod, attached to bikes frame somehow. But I think the latter could be a bit wobbly.
 
Likes: HippoDrone
Feb 13, 2018
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#4
Weird, not sure what happened to the end of the post there. Thanks for the input. I agree the idea of putting it in a backpack seems sketchy at best. Not to mention uncomfortable.

Attaching a pole to the back of the ATV is not a bad idea, I will have to look into that. It probably wouldn't be too hard to design something that I can vary the size on and snap on and off the back of the machine relatively easy.

Loving the site, lots of good information here, wish I would have found it sooner!
 
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Undead MV

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#5
Weird, not sure what happened to the end of the post there. Thanks for the input. I agree the idea of putting it in a backpack seems sketchy at best. Not to mention uncomfortable.

Attaching a pole to the back of the ATV is not a bad idea, I will have to look into that. It probably wouldn't be too hard to design something that I can vary the size on and snap on and off the back of the machine relatively easy.

Loving the site, lots of good information here, wish I would have found it sooner!
I know exactly how you feel about this site, is completely awesome, taking part on this topic, another possiblility is that someone was behind him and was recording the ride with the camera mounted at the top of the helmet
 

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