The rubber locking plug and the camera tethers are useful tools to reduce vibration and secure your camera while shooting videos or photos. Watch a demonstration of how to use these two accessories below. MusicBroke for Free "My Always Mood"Check out: http://brokeforfree.com/ The Rubber Locking Plug comes with all GoPro Cameras and the GoPro Grab Bag of Mounts. The camera tether comes with the SurfBoard Mount, the Floaty Backdoor, the Grab Bag of Mounts, and the Camera Tethers package. The Rubber Locking Plug is compatible with the GoPro Quick Release Buckle and helps...
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If you have a housing that does not have an exposed slot on the hinge of the backdoor, then there is an alternate tethering procedure that you can use. Please follow these steps: Loop the tether around one mounting finger of the camera housing. Fix the housing to the quick-release with thumbscrew. Loop the tether through the adhesive anchor. This applies to the Blackout Housing. Here is an image showing how it appears when the tether is attached properly:
This article describes the designed uses for the Removable Instrument Mount. Any use outside of these Use Cases is not covered under warranty. Use Cases Mount should be able to be used with camera mounted directly or using the Locline neck from Jaws Mount Mounted to guitar on head stock Mounted to guitar on body Mounted inside body of acoustic guitar Mounted on other instrument where temporary mounting is desired – piano, harp, brass or woodwind instrument
This article describes the designed uses for the Gooseneck. Any use outside of these Use Cases is not covered under warranty. Use cases Music Compatible with Suction Cup Mount/Jaws Mount/Removable Instrument Mount Auto (interior) Compatible with Suction Cup Mount/Jaws Mount Helmet Compatible with Curved/Flat Adhesive Mounts Chesty Compatible with Chesty As a hand grip Floats in initial tests with Standard (HERO3+/Slim) Housing Use in low-vibration and static situations
This article describes the designed uses for The Frame. Any use outside of these Use Cases is not covered under warranty. Use cases For standard use cases: Race Car (inside), Bike, Helmet, Body, etc., not for water use For specialized uses cases: Headstrap Mount, Camera on Camera (DSLR Hotshoe), Preferred for best Audio (Low to Medium wind) Can be setup quickly, easily, tools not required Audio performance great in winds, up to 45mph Allows for least noticeable feel on body or helmet
This article describes the designed uses for the Mic Stand Mount. Any use outside of these Use Cases is not covered under warranty. Use cases Move cameras between mount locations or when leaving the mount in one location for re-use. When moving a camera to a different mount or location to capture new perspective. Wherever a standard Mic stand is used.
This article describes the designed uses for the Blackout Housing. Any use outside of these Use Cases is not covered under warranty. Use Cases Outdoor market - This housing allows the camera to better disappear into the natural environment: Hunting General hunting activities – when the camera needs to be more concealed Fishing River/stream bank fishing – fish scan the bank / their horizon for predators, so any additional concealment is desired Activities performed with several GoPro mounting accessories that are used in the Outdoor Market – such as: Head Strap,...
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What material is the Blackout housing?The Blackout housing is Polycarbonate. Are there BacPac backdoors for the Blackout Housing?No. The Standard Housing BacPac backdoors are compatible with the Blackout housing. How do I tether my camera since there's no longer a slot in the backdoor for me to loop the tether through?See this article for details: Tethering Instructions For Housings Without a Slot on the Hinge of the Backdoor.
What is the heat rating on the adhesive? The Removable Instrument Mount has been tested to temperatures of 49 C /120 F with a relative humidity of 85%. However – when removing the mount it is best to let it return to room temperature as the removal tab can become soft in the high heat and may be more likely to tear. Is it stronger or weaker than the Flat and Curved Adhesive Mounts? The Removable Instrument Mount is intended for a different application than our standard Flat and Curved Adhesive...
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