GoPro Surfboard Mounts (All GoPro Cameras) - Official GoPro Mount
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- Perfect for surfboards, kayaks, SUPs, boat decks and more
- Ideal for activities where maximum holding strength is needed
- Includes FCS compatible plug for mounting to FCS center fin socket
- Includes adhesive anchors and camera tethers for enhanced security
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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|
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Mount your GoPro to surfboards, kayaks, SUPs, boat decks or other gear where maximum holding strength is needed. Includes an FCS compatible male plug to mount your GoPro using an FCS center fin socket.
• 2 Surfboard Mounts • 2 Adhesive Anchors • 2 Camera Tethers • FCS Male Plug Mount • Locking Plug
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The main reason I'm returning and going with a competitor's product is the fixed rotation capabilities. You can only rotate the camera on 1 or 2 axes (you need to use an extra piece for the 2nd axis). So say you have the suction cup on the hood of your car pointing the camera forward. You can easily rotate the camera up & down (pitch axis). If you add the other piece you can easily roll the camera side-to-side to make it parallel to the ground (roll axis). HOWEVER, you cannot twist the camera left & right (yaw axis). So if you want it pointing perfectly straight ahead, you have to undo the suction and HOPE that you have it perfect and reapply the suction cup to the hood of the car. Repeat that over & over until you hopefully get it perfect.
A ball joint such as the Ram Mounts and the Fat Geckos allows you to twist & turn the camera however you like to easily get it pointed perfectly.
Plan B was a min-pin. The chest plate was an obvious casualty, and with some additional fiddling with the straps, it actually fit him pretty well. He isn't too bright and seemed to think this harness was someone giving him a hug, which suited him just fine. So on went the GoPro, which is where physics played its trump card. With no chest plate to say otherwise, his small frame made the whole apparatus very top-heavy and prone to tilting. So we have a lot of video that, in the span of about thirty seconds, goes from 0 to 90 degrees.
What we did get was really neat, but this was clearly designed for a Lab (or a Lab-sized dog). Maybe some chest plate size options would have made this more useful to us. As it is, it was a fun experiment that ultimately failed, through no fault of the product itself.
This thing sucks harder than your mother, and when properly stuck to a clean, smooth surface has no problem holding on for dear life, even in some of the most challenging situations. I've had mine for a little less than a month but it has managed to hold onto a wrecking ball, a car going 85mph, and the side of a subway with little sweat.
It's ideal in every way to the cheaper competition, with one flaw that I simply cannot ignore; it loses grip over time.
I wouldn't expect it to stay suctioned onto a surface for days on end, but I find about 1 to 1.5 hours and it's loosened significantly from when it was first attached. After 1.5 hours to 2 hours it will detach on its own due to loss in suction. I have tested this at my home on a perfectly smooth piece of glass, and no matter the orientation it will fail on its own.
While having it hold strong for an hour or two is more than I would typically use my GoPro, it makes me nervous about tricky situations regarding time lapses and the like. Maybe I am expecting too much for a flexible chunk of plastic to hold on for dear life that long, but I would have like to seen it hold suction for at least 4 or 5 hours - after all the suction cup on my toothbrush holder doesn't lose grip even after weeks.
I love this product, and even despite it's flaw it's getting used like a rented mule, and when I do inevitably break it, I'll be right back here to buy another.
The suction mount is strong and you can rotate the assembly to allow for alignment...
It comes with no instructions at all, not even a picture... So you must figure out what goes best with what on your own... :/
Overall the product is ok. GoPro is not known for including any kind of comprehensive instructions, not even with their cameras. But, for me no instructions...no stars!!!
I would recommend this product..
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The head harness is very adjustable, both the strap that goes around the head and the one that goes over. The straps feature wavey stick pads to allow it to sit firmly on the head. With it fitted, you can jump up and down and the camera will sit firm. I was concerned that the mounting plate would prevent the camera from looking straight ahead, but it allows the camera to sit horizontal.
The quick clip is ideal, and can be used in a variety of ways, the reason I bought it was for use on a reversed baseball cap. You can mount it on the peak of a cap (it’s a little weighty though, but it may be okay for the session). The foam pad on the back of the clip gives comfort when wearing it, and it contours round slightly to sit flush on your head. It also could be clipped to belts/straps.
I'd advise making sure you clean the area you're planning to attach it too prior to fitting the clamp. The clamp itself comes with a decent range of clamps for forwards, backward and sideways mounting, it's made of decent feeling plastic and I'm glad I went for this mount as this will do nicely for my driving timelapse and timewarps.
The best suction mount for your GoPro
It lasted roughly 10 minutes of low speed track action before losing suction and falling off. Unfortunately I wasn't aware that it had fallen off and annoyingly it had positioned itself right into the driving line. This meant that when I returned on my next lap I hit my camera directly with my rear tyre causing it to kick up into a fence leaving a large chip in the lens and ultimately ruining the camera and mount.
Use a mount with 3m sticky pad if you're planning on using this on anything that isn't stationary or care about your camera