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After playing around with different ideas on mounting a rear facing camera, I finally came up with a way and found a mount that will tame the Z650's vibrations, and for a reasonable price! I'm pretty impressed with how well this thing worked. No gyro or image stabilization was used what so ever. I didn't even have to turn it on at all, due to this thing working so well!

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Well done! Honestly, the vibration isn't bad at all for no stabilization. It's nice seeing the rear suspension at work - a view I never get to see.
 

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Well done! Honestly, the vibration isn't bad at all for no stabilization. It's nice seeing the rear suspension at work - a view I never get to see.
One trick for the small vibrations is to make use of that YouTube feature that allows you to smoothen out small movements like that. if the movements are small enough then the video will look very natural and not distorted.
 

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My editing software has image stabilization, but after the mount, I don't think it needs it for the brief time I will be using the footage. It is neat watching the suspension work. I want to try facing one to the front now to see how the forks perform.
 
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