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After i almost lost my gopro, i dont trust the sticky mounts. So i made one my self:


Very easy, i teared of the tape off one of those sticky mounts and drilled some holes in it.Then just i got some bolts, nuts, washers and some rubber (to prevent vibration). I just used a punctured tire for my bike and cut a few pieces to line up with the mount itself, then made small rubber squares to fit on the other side.


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nice work that wont fail off


After i almost lost my gopro, i dont trust the sticky mounts. So i made one my self:


Very easy, i teared of the tape off one of those sticky mounts and drilled some holes in it.Then just i got some bolts, nuts, washers and some rubber (to prevent vibration). I just used a punctured tire for my bike and cut a few pieces to line up with the mount itself, then made small rubber squares to fit on the other side.


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That looks like a really good solution. Have you had the chance to actually use it yet? I want to see some of your footage off there.
 

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Would be awesome if you can post up a video that shows how this translates into an actual video. Looks like you did a great job though. Thanks for showing us how its done.
 

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Season starts in about a month, so i will post a video as soon as possible!

Last weekend i got bored and made a platform that i can put on the water and record.


Maybe a bit overkill, but i plan on using it in choppy water to record some jumps. Its also very stable so i can add upp a tower off planks so i can film from above. (Ran out of duct tape so couldnt finish the last stabolizer)



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Thats quite the bathtub you've got there. You really were bored huh?

I'll be interested to see how that works out when its in open water.
 

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Season starts in about a month, so i will post a video as soon as possible!

Last weekend i got bored and made a platform that i can put on the water and record.


Maybe a bit overkill, but i plan on using it in choppy water to record some jumps. Its also very stable so i can add upp a tower off planks so i can film from above. (Ran out of duct tape so couldnt finish the last stabolizer)



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Wow, I was just literally scouring the internet for some kind of GoPro buoy platform. Perhaps you and I can get together and bounce ideas off each other. Maybe try using some PVC pipe? Light weight and won't ever erode on you ;D Would be nice if they made the SoloShot water proof.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc7AZWaHm4o
 

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That seems like a really cool product. If it works as good as in the video than I give it a thumbs up. Seems like something GoPro would want to buyout.
 

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Ended up making a smaller GoPro- platform. Here is some pics from it:



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