* mods I tried to create this in product reviews but it wouldn't let me I bought a Tank Camera Mount like this one from dormousesleep on ebay. It screw onto the tank where the fuel cap mounts like so: Despite ordering the Kawasaki model, this mount doesn't fit my tank as expected. Ideally it will screw in in 3 points, but the arc of the base doesn't match the arc of my fuel cap, so I have it screwed in 2 places, and have taped (elegantly, I know!) some soft padding onto the bottom of the baseplate so as not to scratch the tank. I believe this has resulted in some camera shake (compounded by the type of camera I use) but I have tightened the screws up and am fairly confident in it now. Elevation is adjustable by changing the angle at which the mounting plate attaches to the base plate. With a tall camera like my Kodak Zx3 this give you the option of having the clocks in or out of shot. Nice to have the choice, depending on what you're choosing to film. The mounting plate has a gazillion different holes and slots through which you can screw your camera on, again giving you flexibility with how you frame the video. It's long enough that I have actually run with 2 video cameras attached - a standard hand-held (eg low and long) one aimed at the clocks, and the tall thin Zx3 behind it to capture the view. Pointful? Not at all... but cute! The mount came with 3 hex-head screws to replace the ones that hold your tank cap in place, washers (metal and rubber), and 3 tripod-thread screws - 2 to attach the mount plate to the base place, and a third to attach your camera. If you want to attach more than one camera, or if your camera doesn't have the "standard" tripod mount hole in the bottom, you're on your own. Hex head screws need a 4mm allen key, which is the same as the screws to be replaced. All in all a 2 - 3 minute job to fit the mount to the bike, and for $30 I'm very happy with it. Note that it took a long time to be delivered - almost two weeks longer than other items ordered from overseas at the same time.