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    Custom GoPro mounts

    Alex,
    What are the different mounts you used for the video and where did you get them? I have a Hero2 model and am looking to add different perspectives to my videos.
    Thnx,
    Hawk

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexe View Post
    My first post here! I picked up this idea somewhere on the internet, can't remember where...

    Our new Mountain Bike GoPro Mount | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Here is a short movie testing this custom mount in my backyard. I mounted it on both on the front and the rear brake caliper mount. Next step is testing it on rougher trails, but i'll have to wait just a little more for the spring...

    First Hero3 Movie - YouTube

    Cheers, Alex

    btw, i hate youtube downsizing video quality... the original export looks much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by discombobulated_conundrum View Post


    DIY Chesty using the display lid of the box. The straps and clips were salvaged from old bags.

    Cost of project. $ZERO$
    Thanks for the inspiration discombobulated_conundrum.

    Here is a version I made which is even more budget and only took about 10 minutes to put together - also for $0.

    I burned slices into the display lid using a hot butter knife, and rounded the sharp edges with the same hot knife. threaded through an elastic strap cut from an old mtb light head strap and it's done.

    I put my camelbak on, sit the plate against my chest and just loop the strap around the two backpack side straps, thread the free end through the plastic clip, pull tight and it sits solid as a rock.

    I used Mr Lynch's suggestion of mounting upside down and pointing the camera upwards towards my chin, works a treat.




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    You guys do top looking mount, there are awesome.

    Here's mine but nothing compare to somes really nice out here

    How to do a free GoPro chest harness... almost out of the box - YouTube

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    A piece of steerer tube, a stem cap, a 1/4" bolt, a GoPro tripod mount and a cheap Velcro mount.



    And when it's all put together.





    Still need to test it.
    blogging at 29in.ch

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    Nice!!!
    2013 Stumpy Evo
    2014 Fatboy

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    Here's my chest mount.

    blogging at 29in.ch

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    Great thread.

    I like my gopro, I use it alot on the slopes but biking has been rough due to the vibrations, so I'll try out some of these ideas mentioned here.

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    Aquaminor Talon Gopro Mount

    Hey Gang,

    This thread has some awesome mounts! Aquaminor has developed the Talon action camera mount for Gopro cameras. We just launched our Kickstarter project. The Talon utilizes 4 contouring hemispherical surfaces that allows for numerous camera angles, you can lock in those angle using an easy clamping mechanism. Check out our Kickstarter project.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ount-for-bikes

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    Well--I went ahead and backed the project--if it makes it I will make sure and post when I get to try it out.

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    I've been testing and making these for over a year specifically for mountain bikes. There are some example video's to check out. Quick change mounting system. All parts are precision machined for direct mounting points. No foam/rubber between mounting surfaces. Any flexible material between the mounting surfaces leaves room for movement (Shake) in the camera. The heart of the system is the machined Door interface eliminating the flexy plastic mounts.

    All metal mounts are anodized black. The Torso Harness is a combination of machined HDPE and aluminum using our exclusive "gloves friendly" latching system and ultra wide platform.

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    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by orind View Post
    Well--I went ahead and backed the project--if it makes it I will make sure and post when I get to try it out.

    Hello orind, thank you backing our project! Check out our updates to see Talon's performance!

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