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    1st try on GoPro HD Chesty Mount

    Hi All,

    Just sharing my first try on GoPro Chest Mount. I need to adjust the angle a bit more pointing up. A bit on a review side, on a hot weather, i found out my sweat drops on the Camera and it makes the video blur.


    Mountain Biking GoProHD Hero Chest Mount - YouTube
    Best,

    Tracerey

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    Looks good, but I heard the same clacking noise from the buckle/chest-plate going down the stairs that I used to get in rough terrain, solved with some self-adhesive rubber foam pads between base-plate and buckle and at the edge where they come together. I usually stuff a piece of cloth between the chest strap and base plate to get the angle up a little, although with the upgraded software I could mount upside-down and shoot that way I guess, but I don't like where that puts the body of the cam.

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    I love the chesty mount. I think it is one of the few setups that makes you feel connected to the rider. I mount mine upside down and pointed up as far as the mount allows. It gives you a view of the stem and handlebars and the trail ahead.

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