Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Newberg, Oregon, USA
It's too bad someone doesn't make a left handed camera or a bracket that makes it compatible with the left hand. Could make one if digital cameras had a cable release.
I took a keychain real(clips to your belt and lets you pull your keys out to use, then reals them back in), connected the real to the inside of my tankbag and connected the other to the camera. I grab the camera with my left hand so my index finger is over the button, pull it out, take the picture, then the real guides the camera back to the bag and holds it there without me having to look. It's not the best, still working on aiming with this awkward handhold, but it allows me to protect the camera from weather and bugs, plus I can't loose it if I drop it.
I would go with a bullet cam is it took decent stills, but I haven't seen that yet.
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