Coreal Mobile Phone Chest Mount Harness Strap Holder Cell Phone Clip Action Camera POV for Samsung iPhone Plus etc
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- Adjustable straps fit over even the largest winter jackets
- Easy clip in and take out,adjustable shooting angle, press the shutter release to shoot
- Note:special adjustable clamp and lock function ,The supported phone width is about 2.0 to 3.1 inches.（Suitable for most 4 - 5.5 inch mobile phones）
- Usage occasions: skiing, fishing , biking, motorcycle ,Hands-Free for commentary on the video
- NOTE: This product is made from Coreal store sale, Other Sellers to buy the product will receive a fake. Coreal store with 30 days money back or replacement if you are not 100% satisfied with our product, and 12 months free warranty.
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Get a unique perspective filming with your smartphone from your chest angle. There's so many advantages to using your smartphone as an action camera. First and foremost, your iPhone or Samsung are all equipped with HD cameras. Not to mention all the other cool apps available to your. Convenience is your best friend, you can conveniently shot and watch your videos right away, all without needing to rush to an editing station or computer to dump your videos. Why not just upload your videos right away straight to YouTube or whatever cloud you like. Simplicity at it's best.Make your videos even cooler with Slo-Mo or whatever after effects your smartphone software offers.
Warm Tips Sports camera has a wide-angle lens, short focal length, viewing angle, in a shorter shooting distance range, can be taken to a larger area of the scene. Most phones can be enhanced by the addition of a wide-angle lens shooting experience.
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One tip: point your phone a little higher than you think you'd want to (not like the photo here). When moving around, people have a tendency to lean forward a little and that will make your shots look like they're pointed at the ground. It's a little different perspective than shooting with a head harness and a GoPro, since that will always shoot what you're looking at. A chest harness will shoot what your chest is pointed at, and that's often a different angle than your head. This harness does hold the phone away from your chest by about an inch, so you have a little room to angle it back towards you, pointing the camera a bit upward.
I'm taking one star off because there's a stupid design issue, and that's that the two side straps are not equal lengths! This is because of the latch on one side, which makes that side longer. (They didn't either cut the strap on that side or lengthen the other to compensate.) This forces you to tighten that side down to equalize the lengths or the back "joint" will not be centered and the entire harness will be really uncomfortable. The extra tightening, though, also makes the harness uncomfortable if you're a reasonably sized guy. I would have really preferred they lengthen the other strap to equalize the lengths.
Otherwise, though, it's a good harness. I never felt like my phone was in danger and I rode on some pretty brutal ATV trails. It holds it very securely.
UPDATE: The knob that locks the phone in place isn't very reliable for my application (Powered Paragliding). The phone tends to slip out of the holder if your not careful. A good solution would be to incorporate something that locks the knob in place once you've turned in clockwise. Still great for less extreme applications. Originally a 5, minus one star for the poor knob design.