Hello, I'm trying to get back into rocketry a bit and figured a good opportunity would be when the lake was frozen. I have an Aerotech Cheetah. Yesterday conditions were perfect because the wind was 2 mph. Normally I use a combination of masking and duct tape to mount camera on the rocket with no issues. Yesterday was very cold (12° F, -11°C) and apparently the cold affected the adhesive on the tape quite a bit. The way I normally do it is tape camera and rocket with masking tape and then use duct tape to finish off over the masking tape. The following launch was the results. As you can see the camera is moving around quite a bit but it did not come off. The rocket went to an altitude 1,510 ft. (460 m). I suspect the acceleration and altitude in cold also affected tape. This was with a F67-9W motor and camera was Mobius Mini v2. Any ideas on how to better temporarily mount the camera in this kind of cold? Ideally I would like to avoid more permanent solutions. I have 3M 5952 VHB tape and imagine this would work but would prefer not going this route. Thanks!