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FS: Canon FS100 and 919 tank mount...

It's the camera I've used for recording all the clips from the rides.

The camera with all the accesories, a 2GB and 8GB Sd cards with reader, and the Sportbike Camera mount in black anodized with a lift kit for the 919.

$300 plus shipping...

http://www.sportbikecam.com/shop/frontmount.shtml

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/co...&modelid=16185

I'll post some pics tomorrow...

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Having recently puchased the same camera and pricing the mount... bump for good price!

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If you decide to sell seperately, I'm interested in just the Mount and Lift Kit.

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If you decide to sell seperately, I'm interested in just the Mount and Lift Kit.

Trying to sell as a unit.

I'll let you know if I change my mind...


Thanks...

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post #6 of 17 Old 03-13-2009, 06:39 PM
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Are you getting out of the filming biz?

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Nope... I'm looking for a nice helmet cam...

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Trying to sell as a unit.

I'll let you know if I change my mind...


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No problem. I'd take the unit if I didn't already have 2 video cameras plus a GoPro!

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75 + shipping for mount only.

Rob has dibs... :

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75 + shipping for mount only.

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Ooooh! I didn't see this til now! Yes, I'll take it!! Just to clarify, when you say mount only, it still includes the lift kit, correct? PayPal?

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Here's some pics:

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BTW The lift is for clearing the gauges, the windshield needs to be removed for filming. Just wanted you to know before you commit...

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BTW The lift is for clearing the gauges, the windshield needs to be removed for filming. Just wanted you to know before you commit...
Didn't realize that. About how much distance from the top of the mount plate, to the top edge of the (Honda) flyscreen? Or better yet, what's the overall height of the assembly?

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Well, when I first got it, I talked to XRMikey about designing a taller lift.
There's two issues with the taller lift: vibration and risk of major injury in case of a crash.

I decided to remove the windscreen during filming...

I know you run a windscreen on your bike. That's why I mentioned it...

I understand if you want to pass on it.


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Yeah, I guess I'll have to pass on it. I really need to find a good mount location for my camera. Sorry!

Thanks for the heads up, though!! It's a good deal.

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No worries...


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Mount is still up for sale.

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