WoCase GoPro Water Sport Accessories(Sold SEPARATELY): Floating Hand Grip/ Dive Scuba Filter Set (5 pcs) for HERO4 HERO3+ / 24 Pcs/Pack EXTRA Strong Anti Fog Inserts / Deluxe Bundle /Surf Board Mount for All GoPro HERO Cameras ( Sold SEPARATELY)
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- Includes 24 pcs/pack extra strong anti-fog inserts, humidity indicator and portable zipper bag.
- Drop inserts into sides of camera housing to prevent fogging in cold and humid environments.
- 100% Reusable.To dry out and reuse, heat inserts on a pan in oven at 300¡ã F for 5 minutes.
- Extra stronger industrial 3M adhesive material. Extra strong absorbing capacity guaranteed. Low price and best quality comparable to GoPro?.
- 30 day hassle free money back guarantee. One year limited warranty.
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Color: 24/Pcs Anti-fog Inserts
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Unfortunately, after a few months of use and about 25 dives with it I can make the following conclusions:
It's "ok" for the vacation diver/snorkeler that wants to improve thier videos/pictures a little. The color selection vs depth is a little off. It was only when I compared it to someone else's GoPro that was being used alongside mine that I realized this.
The optical clarity/quality is quite poor. A lot of light is lost and focus does get blurred slightly. When I tried 'real" filters I got to see how much they really make the colors pop and these do not do that unfortunately.
The lenses are made of a soft plastic and scratch very easily. Ok if you want to use this on a single vacation but if you want to use it regularly use something else.
The way this slides in front of the lenses leaves an awkward space. It does mean you sometimes get a few air bubbles in between them but they can be removed by shaking the camera underwater or removing and replacing the filter. You shouldn't have to do this though, you should be concentrating on your diving.
For the price (25$) I would suggest you get 1 good filter that is appropriate to the depth you will dive at the most and later on get another quality filter for other depths.
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But, my review of the WoCase GoPro Floating Hand Grip is as follows:
Seems to be solid and very well made. The textured hand grip is nice. The safety strap attach point looks like it can be trusted not to fail if you accidentally drop it. I did have a hard time removing the screw that holds the camera in place. Someone really tightened it until it bottomed out in the acorn nut. I saw in a few reviews where they said the screw is too short and will not tighten enough to hold the camera still. Actually it’s just the opposite. The screw is too long. When it bottoms out in the acorn nut, it does not touch the mounting tab on the far side which prevents it from clamping down on the camera case tabs. I’m sure the original design and the original parts all worked well together. Being in the manufacturing business myself, I imagine they probably received a new shipment of screws that came in a little longer than the previous batch, and just packaged them up without testing them. That’s no big deal as I can either grind a little off the length of the screw or add a washer or two on the handle side. I’ll probably grind it so I don’t have to keep up with a couple of washers when out shooting.
I would give this grip 5 stars but am penalizing it 1 star because of the long screw.
I ground off the screw and still had problems. I found it was not the screw after all so ignore all that stuff about grinding the screw off. It was the acorn nut! It is not tapped deep enough. I took the nut out and forced the screw into it as far as I could using a couple of pliers. I worked it in and out several times. I don't have a 10-32 bottom tap or I would have used that. The next time I go to the hardware store, I'll get a new acorn nut, plus a few extras for when I lose them. I should take away another star but the rest of the thing is pretty nice.
Checked the interior of the handle at the end of the day and while there was a few drops of water on the threads, the interior was completely dry.
Getting used to swimming with the thing was quick (and to be expected) and easy. Just cinch up the strap and it was not really in the way. Am going to figure out a way to tether it to my trunks or something so it will be more out of my way if I am simply swimming to a location and do not plan on using it right away.