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    Rpm 360 vibration picked on camera.

    Out shooting the rpm this afternoon with my camera mounted on it. The camera is a kodak playsport mounted with a bowfinger mount. The vibration picked up was inaudible at the shot by ear. Not too sure if I should even worry about it. I was just wondering if any of yall have had this experience before or if the the source of vibration was identifiable by any of yall.

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    vibrations not too noticeable, on our end, but your lucky the camera doesn't freeze up or turn off with the vibration. reason why i got rid of mine...

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    I heard that vibration LOUD and CLEAR! Could not identify the source of it though. At first I thought it might be a loose tip on the arrow... but at the end I'm pretty sure that's not what it is. I'd check all your accessories to make sure that a screw did not back out some. If you find any perhaps a dab of locktite would solve the problem. Good luck in finding the source.
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    more than likely it is something vibrating with the camera itself
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    Something isn't right. My RPM360 is one of the quietest bows I've shot. I'm guessing it's a loose mod screw or maybe something with the camera or it's mount.
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    The vibration most likely isn't from the bow. I mount my Sony action cam to my stabilizer with a Gorilla pod wrap mount and the same thing happens. There's a lot of force when an arrow is fired.


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