Sorry, one other thing to point out, is that with my little casio, I don't need my laptop or the cables
You'd be shocked at the suction power! I know I was .... when I put it on the bumper, I felt like I could rip off the bumper before the suction cup came off I suppose you just have to see it to believe it ...That's pretty cool! Cheap, portable, and very flexible. I would be concerned with the suction, but that's the only hold up for me. I'll check this out. I like the video.
Thanks! I've taken alot of suggestions and ideas from this forum, hopefully I can try to give back ...That's pretty neat!!!:bigthumb: Nice job on the install!
A while back I bought a rather large cutting board. I covered it in that material used to line kitchen drawers(it's webbed, it's got this stick to it, but it's not sticky) hard to describe ... That gets strapped to my seat, and the material on top keeps the laptop from moving around. If I go without it, the laptop would easily slide off the chairVERY cool setup! it might be even cooler with a wide angle webcam. How do you secure your laptop in the FJ?
Thanks!Thats really a cool setup. I like it.
I've been meaning to find the how-to and so here it is, turning your webcam to night vision. It works great!Very nice. I like the night vision approach.
Yea it is sticky suff!! Although the girlfriend would be a great spotter ... hehe, so it'd remove the need for the laptopThat stuff is grippy! I would also need to tie mine down though. Some hill climbs would through the lappy right into the air. And someday I will put my gf in the passenger seat. maybe she can hold it
what type of mount did you use to hold the camera?Sweet setup..:bigthumb:Very creative setup and good image resolution.
My video camera is installed inside. The camera is powered by two AA batteries with 2-GB SD card good for about an hour of video.