Oh, I use a GoPro Tripod Mount which then screws into a customized extending pole I made to fit in my tennis bag. Pole was 4' long but cut it down so it's like 20" and extends out to 36" which is perfect for easily affixing the pole/camera to a 10' fence. I've taken a ton of pictures when I built the thing (including drilling a hole in the GP case to have an external battery pack power it). Yep, even thought about making a detailed guide how to build the pole, drilling, and other mods but have been too lazy to get around to it. Let me also mention...there is an inverse relation between the height of the mounted camera and how good you may appear as a player. Similar to when you're driving a Corvette you're close to the ground and the road looks like it's coming at you so fast. Jump in a Minivan and driving the same speed it seems like you're draggin' bad. So putting a camera on a tripod at 5.5' high at the back fence or at 10' on that fence you'll think a player is much slower when viewing from the 10' vantage. Ok, now to address the wide, medium and narrow mode. I made this picture to show you what you'd get when taking pictures or videoing your match. Notice you get a LOT of extraneous stuff on the wide mode. Who want's to see walls on the other side of the room. The medium mode also gives unrelated stuff. Narrow mode captures just your court and what you want to see. It's like being right there on the court.