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Re: GoPros

Postby kandahar » Mon Apr 01, 2013 12:44 am

I agree, but during shipping the extra double sided tape and some parts were missing and I don't want to spend an extra $30-40. I jjust as soon fabricate something like a small piece of plywood and then cut down the large mounting plate to a 2"x2" drill some holes and put some screws with wing nuts to the top of my camo ball hat. Will that work?
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Re: GoPros

Postby Clementina » Mon May 13, 2019 2:50 am

I broke the latch that holds the casing together. So the camera wasn't pressed up against the lens like it should be. I agree though. I don't think they are the best but it beats just telling the story of the hunt or not filming it at all sizzling hot
. Only 200 bucks too. Definately better than Icams and and stealth cams. Like I said I never played around with any settings either. My main complaint is no zoom. Most of the birds in those videos were 15-35 yards.
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