|Oct 26, 2012, 04:00 PM||#1|
hatcams.com hat cam?
Does anyone use it with a camera weighing more than 200g?
I, while outdoors, but without a bike helmet / ski specs, generally, use a standard hat similar to the http://www.hatcams.com/ ones I've made myself from an inexpensive hat and a $1 tripod screw like the one at http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-4-20-Tripo...item3f1e39d0ac
However, because of the weight of the camera (the one at http://dx.com/p/1080p-cmos-5mp-sport...-1-5-lcd-82742 ), I have problems with my "cam hat" continuously tilting forward, practically only shooting the ground in front of me, even if I try to try to shift the hat further, back on my head. Do you know whether the hatcams.com camera hat has any kind of inner "skeleton" not allowing the first part of the hat tilt down under the weight of the hat? Would like to ask before ordering (which is pretty expensive because of the high postage fee to Europe.))
(Hope my problem description could be understood.)
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