We found a book digitizer at a thrift store that has a gooseneck mount for the camera. It will do macro or close in viewing which we found is great for watching the escape wheel interact with the pallets on our Atmos. We have a picky little guy that would run with 450 so more degrees of rotation then after a couple days we find it stopped. This is post cleaning unit. Watching the pallets interact with escape wheel is interesting. Every once in awhile the tooth seems to hang up on the pallet and it does not clear, the pendulum pushes it back against the tooth, then it goes. On some other teeth of the escape wheel cause the rotation to of the wheel to go slightly backwards as the tooth slides off the side of the pallet. Looks like maybe the escape wheel teeth need close look under microscope. Here are some photos of what we can see with the camera in use. The largest image was using zoom on the phone to enlarge what was on the video screen. The camera was $5.00 at a thrift store, good investment!