The camera mount is a longer description that I realised. Firstly, I use the left mirrot mount on the switchblock - it has a thread M10x1.25 hole (not sure if this is still there on Gen 3, but I think it is). Mount one of these mirror extenders http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Pair-CNC-...8AAOSwJQdW-MYN
I used one of these http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1-Set-Mir...QAAMXQ83xSEUQd
. Make sure the male thread is M10x1.25. as I wanted to mount a RAM Ball in the hole (you can get RAM Balls with a M10x1.25 thread , or ones that have an 8mm through bolt, so the female thread can be either of these configurations).
I my case I mounted 2 1" Ram balls (RAM-B-349U) as you can see in the piccie - the inner one is for my Garmin GPS and the outer one is for the camera.
This what the mount looks like in place:
You should be able to see the adapter bolt here (black). There is a trick to bolting this in place as there isn't enough visible to get a wrench (spanner) on the nut section (ask me if you don't know how):
And with the camera mounts (using a RAM 1" Ball with 1/4-20 Male Threaded Post for Cameras):
And another view - I prefer this 'lower position' as it gets the mirror in shot and creates a more interesting view:
And the handlebar mount on my FZ1 using the RAM-B-309-1U handlebar clutch/brake clamp :
And the last piccie - this is if I want rearward shots, mounted on my FZ1 under the topbox. I forgot to mention that another feature I wanted in a camera is the ability to invert the camear but still have the image record 'heads up':
On my FZ1 i have used this for the on-handlebar attachment: RAM Motorcycle Brake/Clutch Reservoir Base with 1" Ball