Go Pro 3.5Mm Mic Adapter (AMCCC-301)
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- Connects any 3.5mm mic to your GoPro
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|Video (Up To)||4K30||2.7K30||1440p30|
|Photo/Burst (Up To)||12MP/30fps||12MP/30fps||8MP/10fps|
|Waterproof||Up to 131' (40m)||Up to 131' (40m)||Up to 33' (10m)|
|Auto Low Light||✓||✓||✓|
|WiFi + Bluetooth||✓||✓||✓|
|Built-In Touch Display||✓|
|Protune (Photo + Video)||✓||✓||Video Only|
Use this adapter to connect any 3. 5mm external microphone to your GoPro for enhanced audio capture. Connects any 3. 5mm mic to your GoPro
Color: Black | Size: One Size
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the adapter gets you a external mic jack that you can barely use if at all. And gopro tech support told me to send the unit to them for repair. "repaired" unit STILL has the issue. The problem seems to be poor grounding or internal grounding in the adapter.
Please beware. Use your money on the zoom handheld recorders and record audio with that. I feel like a video without audio is worthless unless its a jeb corliss video that you can put music in the background so it essentially limits your options on what you record.
However the is a downside. Due to it not having a 90 degree bend at the connector it WILL wear and fray if you use it often on a helmet as there is no way to mount it without bending the wire. It is not fun having to spend the money to replace it every year but until they come out with a good 90 degree version or you step up and spend the money for the Bluetooth back to connect the Sena Bluetooth to the GoPro then there really isn’t a choice. A GoPro branded 90 degree version would be great.
This adapter's USB connector should either use a right-angle connector or they should make an official right-angle specific adapter (all the non-official ones don't work). I can appreciate people use these camera's for a million different things but I can't think of too many where someone would prefer to have a 2" plug sticking straight out the right out the side of the camera making it almost impossible to side mount close to any surface. My particular use cases is that I want to close mount my GoPro on the right side of my helmet. Using this adapter causes me to use all kinds of GoPro connectors to extend the camera far enough away from my helmet to give this thing the clearance it needs. At 20mph it feels like I have a parachute strapped to the right side of my head. I've gone through 4 third party "adapters" that solve the form problem but all fail to function with this adapter or the GoPro itself. Booo.
It is kinda funny that my microphone is essentially bigger than the gopro itself. The shorter cord length of the adapter is also a good thing as I don't necessarily need to worry about having to wrap up the cord itself.
Just remember to purchase an audio cable to plug in to the microphone(if your device requires one for the line out audio
(For those wondering, I also use the Qunqi Aluminum Alloy Protective Housing Case in order to mount my condenser mic and a tripod onto my GoPro!)
I got this and the Olympus ME-52W Noise Canceling Microphone. The audio was a lot better. I think I need to experiment with a few more mics because I'm not really looking for targeted audio in a noisy place, I'm more trying to cut the excessive wind noise.
This was at least a 100% increase in audio quality over the built in mic though so I highly recommend this to anyone that is going to want audio with their videos.
Please note: It is not possible to use this in the clear, shockproof/waterproof, cases unless you cut a hole in the case. There are a few DIY forums out there to show how to best do this while trying to limit water penetration. There are other cases out there that fit somewhere between the Frame that offers no protection, and the full casing. Those are called skeleton cases and some people like them but I have no experience with them.
I'd recommend this to everyone that wants to actually record Audio on the GoPro instead of trying to layer over audio from another source onto their video.