How about sending the video ashore via a wireless transmitter?
Something like the wireless video survellence systems they sell out
Another method of mounting that I saw at Mokuleia was to mount the
camera on the kitelines. The guy used two tubes on the outer
kitelines near the bar end to support the camera. That way you can
see the kiter in action.
--- In kitesurf@y..., "wallrat310" <Inkogneato9@a...> wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone out there has used a helmet cam.
> found several waterproof cams online for very reasonable prices.
> Unfortunately all the cams I've found need to be plugged into a
> standard camcorder. Since Kiting with a A/V plug from the helmet
> back to the camcorder on the beach is out of the question, I need
> find a good way of waterproofing my camcorder. So far the only
> I could think of is getting either a pelican case or one of those
> aquapac bags and then drilling a hole in it for the plugs and then
> sealing the hole up with silicon. Has anyone tried either of
> methods or know of a better solution?
> Thanks in Advance,