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I'm not getting a GoPro camera until my current camera dies but when I do I'll be getting the chest mount for it. I saw a video on youtube with it and I liked that it shows what's in front of you, if you get thrown off it captures the moment and goes under water with you :) and shows you getting back on etc.. It can't hurt to buy a couple different mounts :)
 

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Plenty of options, it just depends on what kind of video you are going for. The GoPro is an excellent camera choice though. I bet that there is some type of mount that extends out from the Spark so that you get a better view of the Spark itself.

Anbody here have a GoPro and want to post up some videos of them riding the Spark?
 

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Rodri & Sparkie, very nice :)

There are some pretty ingenious DIY videos on YouTube for making a swivel mount like Rodri's. Especially since some places are charging $100 to $200 for them already put together.

Rodri, did you make yours? if so how long was the pole you used? :) also, please tell me you're not a Skrillex fan :) LOL. Deadmau5 4Life :)
 

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Rodri & Sparkie, very nice :)

There are some pretty ingenious DIY videos on YouTube for making a swivel mount like Rodri's. Especially since some places are charging $100 to $200 for them already put together.

Rodri, did you make yours? if so how long was the pole you used? :) also, please tell me you're not a Skrillex fan :) LOL. Deadmau5 4Life :)
LOL, not a fan, just like some of their musics.

Yes i did dthe pole my self. It was used with a contour not a gopro but the principle is the same. Not sure at this moment about the length but i think it has one meter or more. Total spent about 10 euros. I followed some other tutorials found in youtube.
 
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