I need a mount with a straight neck for my LS300 type.

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I want to mount this camera on my rear window. Most all of the mounts have a 45 degree bend, and does not position the camera so it is less visible.

My car has the third brake light at the top of the window. It is surrounded by a flat base of about 8.5" x 10". I would like to lose the suction cup and drill a hole to attach the mount to. Or even glue the mount to the base.

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The DIY section of the forum would be a good place to post this question, as the T mount is common to several cams.
The shortest T mount that I have checked is below. It is 1 3/4 inch tall. Adhesive base. The ball joint in the center allows rotation and tilt aiming.
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There is another short T mount model that Pier28* offers that may be shorter.
https://shop.pier28.com/index.php/a...-swivel-3m-adhesive-mount-for-panorama-g.html

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Maybe someone knows of something shorter.
If you wanted to experiment, you could cut off of the lower section and then drill/tap threads, maybe glue. Would reduce this to near an inch or less. I suggest trying a full version first to verify you like the field of view and cam placement before considering modifying it.
 
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