Chain Link Fence Camera Bracket

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Chain Link Fence Camera Bracket
« on: August 20, 2013, 07:58:16 PM »
Let me first say that I am not trying to be a forum spammer.  My name is Josh Greer and I am from the Sedalia area.  My kids are very involved with travel baseball and softball in the Kansas City area.  At the beginning of this season I set out to design and build a camera bracket (for my GoPro video camera) that would let me mount my camera on any fence in any facility we traveled to.  I successfully recorded over 100 games in about 20 facilities this season without any damage to the camera (and we tool several direct hits...which scared the crap out of me).

If you like to video record your games, and yes I am biased, I can't think of a safer and better way to mount your camera to a fence.  If you are interested, check out the link below.  I have pretty thick skin and can take criticism, so let me know what you think.
http://www.lynkspyder.com

Again, I'm not trying to spam you guys, but we are very proud of what we have done and want others to know about it.

Thanks,

Josh Greer

Re: Chain Link Fence Camera Bracket
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2014, 02:07:49 PM »
Just an update from my previous post, we are stocked up on camera brackets and ready for a busy baseball season.  Several things have changed since we first started.  Mostly just cleaned up the design, added laser engraving, and the ability to adjust the location of the camera after the bracket is mounted to the fence.  If you want the easiest and safest way to mount a camcorder (like a GoPro) to the ball field fence, check us out on http://www.lynkspyder.com .  We have shipped to 15 states; hoping someone from Kansas makes it 16. :-)

For questions, here's my email address: josh@lynkspyder.com
You can also find us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lynkspyder

Here's a shot of the new design: