Hunting and Shooting Sports
If you plan to use the overhead camera mount for hunting purposes, then you will need to line the camera up in the right position so the target will be in the camera’s view when shooting. The quickest way to accomplish this is to have another person line you up by looking through the viewfinder and adjusting as needed while the weapon is being aimed at an object. Once lined up perfectly, the user should then establish some anchor points to ensure quick, accurate and independent future aiming.
For front of head shooting, the best way to get lined up is to move the entire head plate to one side or the other, depending on your dominant arm. It does not take more than about an inch or two.
For side of head positioning, you will need to move only the camera as opposed to the head plates. On the right is a video briefly explaining this process to help you get it dialed in as fast as possible.
It is best to practice shooting while wearing and filming with the CamStrap to get it dialed in right where you want it. Take your time and try several positions until you find the one that works best for you. It may take some time to get it dialed in initially, but once you get it and determine some anchor points, this process will become instinctual and eventually you will set it and forget it without needing to check.