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    Bag ideas for the GoPro???

    Just wondering what folks recommend for bags/cases for the GoPro. I've got one camera and lots of mounts, etc. I thought about a camcorder/camera case. I really don't need a hard shell case. Thanks!


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    I just bought the POV 3.0 case. Small and large sizes. Really nice quality soft-shell case. Similar to what Exposure uses for their lights.

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    I use a $9 fanny pack from Walmart. I can put two GoPro's, a small stubby tripod, extra batteries, and a point and shoot camera in there and doesn't interfere much at all with riding. Putting it up front, you have excellent access to the cameras and accessories.
    I don't use Strava. Don't need an application to tell me I am slow because I already know.

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