I'm working on putting a ntsc camera on my skydiving helmet.
This camera mount is meant to be something secure enough to stand up to 120 mph wind.
So far, it's working out.
See this device in action at a upcoming event.
I've added the solidworks files for everybody to use in case anybody wants them.
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I started with a board camera as seen here.
Of course, I added a lens mount, and a fisheye lens.
There are many sony board cameras that this design ill work with.
You'll need a bit of hardware to hold this all together.
10 - 1" 3-56 screws
10 - nuts for 3-56 screws
4 - 1" 4-40 screws
4 - 4-40 nuts
1 - 4" 1/4 machine screw
3 - nuts to match the 1/4 screw
1 1/4 screw and nut to old the device down.
4 or 6 4-40 screws/w nuts. I went with the 4-40 screws to hold the mount down as I do not want the camera to move right or left.
The 4-40 screws go into the side of the base to hold the swivel arms down.
All of the 3-56 screws hold the camera down to it's mounting plate, and 3-56 screws hold the cover down around the camera.