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I included a nylon threaded stud in the kit, thinking it would be possible to attach to the pendulum allowing a camera to be attached with a mini ball tripod head, for oblique photos.
Turned out it was easier than i thought.
I tried it like so:
And it turns out to be super strong. The zip tie binds into the rubber band when you tug on it, and I managed to do a swing test at "whoosh-whoosh" speeds in the office. It is not falling off!
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