Posted on Feb 5, 2014

Now the camera mount is very sturdy, and I went a year without using one a tether, but if you like to ski through the woods filled with deep powder, let me tell you: a safety strap is a good idea. It`s made from a 12` toy dog collar! All you do is slide the adjustment loop tightly around the camera mounting stud holder. A drop of glue keeps the le

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ash tight so it won`t slip off, and you can still remove it if you need to by removing the stud from the mount. There are no permanent modifications to the camera or the helmet. Then just loop it around your goggle strap. This works well because it fits pretty tight to the helmet so it`s less likely to get snagged on a branch. Of course it needs to be detachable so you can remove the camera from helmet, and the quick release on the collar works perfectly! If I were doing it again, a slightly longer collar probably wouldn`t be a bad idea, but you don`t want it too wide, either, because the strap won`t fit over the stud. One of the features of my condo is that I have private access to the attic over my unit, and there is a plywood floored storage area over part of it. And not just a little hatchway, either. Okay, it`s not entirely a ramp because it has a 39 ° slope of and you wouldn`t be able to walk up it so someone nailed down some 2x4 cleats. But it`s no staircase, either. As you can probably guess from ye olde cedar shakes at the top of the ramp, this was a roof at one point in time. Parts of my house are 145 years old, so there are a lot of oddities like this caused by many renovations over the years. The sheathing was a little suspect based on the several holes. Actually, I`m pretty sure it`s not sheathing. It doesn`t match the sheathing above, and it`s varnished. Who would varnish the ramp to their attic I suspect that...

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