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Old 02-02-2013, 02:49 PM   #13
Chas Tennis
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Default Requirements to mount a tripod on the outside of the fence.

Inside fence needs protection including from shock caused by ball hitting camera box, knocking down tripod, etc.


Outside of fence for protection from ball hits:

1) Fence Mounting. Anything solid that can be attached to the outside of the fence - Wood with hooks, clamps, rope, etc. Cannot be knocked lose and fall to ground.
2) Shock Absorbing. Anything that can absorb the shock of a ball hit - soft sponge, balls, springs, etc.
3) Camera Mount with Height & Pointing Adjustment. Anything to hold a small, cheap, tripod with geared elevator. To hold close and adjust the camera to look through a fence hole.

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