There are a variety of camera mounts that do not move. Some contain both GoPro and Sony cameras but most are just a high speed Sony camera or a GoPro camera. They are simple since they do not move but some do require special added protection to shield the camera from the blast of the rocket motor.
The Ground Mount has both a normal frame rate GoPro that shoots at 1080P and also a high speed Sony that shoots at 120 fps in 720P. They are attached to a cement brick for an anchor and it can be positioned just about anywhere. It is low to the ground, hence the name, and it is mostly used to film the slide mount or to just give a perspective from low to the ground.
The Pad Base Mount is a Sony camera shooting at 120 fps in 720P but is only about 18 inches away from the rocket motor. For this reason it is protected in an aluminium tube. It is fixed to the base of the launch pad and provides great shots of motor ignition.
The Rail Mount is a Sony camera shooting at 120 fps in 720P nut is technically not on the launch rail. It is located on a special mounting bracket at the top of the launch tower and the camera looks down on top of the rail. This unique perspective can be amazing with the camera located so that it passes in between the fins of the rocket as it leaves the rail. It must be protected from the rocket motor blast so it is housed in an aluminium tube.
The Mobile Rail Mount has a GoPro that records at normal 30fps speed at 1080P. It is usually mounted at the base of the rail to record the rocket being loaded onto the launch rail. It also has the capability to be mounted on the Rail Mount looking downward. It would be in the way of the rocket lifted off with this mount still in place but it can be lowered prior to lift off. It provides a very nice perspective as the tower is being raised into position.
The Horizontal Mount is located on an arm at the top of the launch tower. The arm extends 4 feet from the rail and provides some interesting perspectives. This Sony camera shooting at 120 fps in 720P looks horizontally above the rocket.
The Arm Mount located on the arm does not move but provides some interesting footage while loading the rocket onto the rail but also as the rocket is being raised into position. The GoPro records at normal 30fps speed at 1080P.
The Lower Pole Mount is located on the telescoping pole 22 feet away from the rocket but is still located about 12 feet off of the ground. This provides interesting perspectives from for both set up as well as lift off since it is high enough so that it won't be obstructed. It has a GoPro that records at normal 30fps speed at 1080P, the Sony camera shooting at 120 fps in 720P, and also the Nikon to take still images.