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Key Cam 3D Stereo Mount

by Japalura, published

Key Cam 3D Stereo Mount by Japalura Jan 12, 2013

Description

This is a derivate of the key cam helmet holder by jfpion (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39890) check there first for instructions !

I love the 40$ cheap and awesome Keycam 808 #16 so why not put two on your helmet and film in 3D stereo.
I used the Thing from jfpion and put two of them together.
I also changed it so it is printable without support. You have to glue the center piece upside down into the holder, it can not fall out by itself though.
I made the main plate smaller but you can use the original one too.

You only need 'center piece A', if you dont have a 40mm M5 you might use 'center piece B' with two shorter screws instead.

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True :-)

The problem with the #16 are the lenses, they are not fixed and are able to move a little inside the case. So the picture of two different cameras is always at a little different angle. I will fixate the lens with a drop of glue, just need to find an easy way to align them both.

The #3 has the lens inside the case but these might also be pointing into slightly different directions. Its not a GoPro, you get what you pay for :-)

Great idea, I've thought about this too!
I once tried with two cheap digital cameras but at ~15fps it was barely usable.
With a video editor it should be easy to cut them to a identical start point, but what I found was that if the cameras are not synched, frames will differ (especially when frames drop but also on fast movement).
Looking forward to your results. I might do this with two #3 cameras; It's about time the Full-HD cameras get cheaper ;-)

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Instructions

Don't ask me about the 3D video, still waiting for the glasses. The idea is to join the two files from the cameras into one side-by-side 3D video and then watch it with the free 'Bino player' in any 3D format you want.
The only problem might be starting the two recordings at the exact same time.

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Japalura on Jan 21, 2013 said:

The problem with the #16 are the lenses, they are not fixed and are able to move a little inside the case. So the picture of two different cameras is always at a little different angle. I will fixate the lens with a drop of glue, just need to find an easy way to align them both.

The #3 has the lens inside the case but these might also be pointing into slightly different directions. Its not a GoPro, you get what you pay for :-)

Schorhr on Jan 23, 2013 said:

True :-)

Schorhr on Jan 12, 2013 said:

Great idea, I've thought about this too!
I once tried with two cheap digital cameras but at ~15fps it was barely usable.
With a video editor it should be easy to cut them to a identical start point, but what I found was that if the cameras are not synched, frames will differ (especially when frames drop but also on fast movement).
Looking forward to your results. I might do this with two #3 cameras; It's about time the Full-HD cameras get cheaper ;-)

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