Ever wished you had some high-speed chase footage after you finished tearing down the freeway after crooks? Of course you have! You need a quick, cheap DIY camera mount. This one couldn't be cheaper or easier. All you need is a camera, a large sponge, some grip-matting, and a weight to help hold your camera in place. Once you've got all the necessary materials, it's just a matter of cutting the sponge to fit your camera. It may not work for the most serious off-roading, but it's a quick and simple way to mount a camera in your car for normal driving situations. And while you're getting camera-mount crazy, check out how to mount a camera on your bike if you're more of a bicycle type.
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