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perhaps more than half the time i record my swings on grass i cringe at the camera angle afterward. it seems i either can't get the damned thing level or it's too much left or right of the correct target line, if that makes sense. for those of you who manage to consistently get this right, what are you doing differently? i have an action cam in a bendy clip mount that i'll usually clip to my stand bag. lining it up consists of shielding the sun's glare from the tiny LCD display on the back while i try to guess if it's level or not (our range doesn't have a flat horizon). i try to remember to lay a club down underneath my hands at address so i can walk back to the camera and get the correct target line, but as my most recent swing video demonstrates it's not an ingrained habit (yet). should i get a tripod or a monopod? perhaps glue a bubble level to the top of the waterproof case? and what about lining up to the correct target? thank you!