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For the GoPro users out there:

 

*  Where / how do you mount it to your bike?

*  Any helmet mount users?

*  Do you wear it some other way? - If so, how do you point/ aim it?
*  How do you control it?  Using a remote and if so how is that kept?  Worn, mounted to the bike, in a tankbag, etc and can you use the remote while wearing gloves?  Or some other way to turn it on, off or take a still, particularly while riding?

 

Descriptions and photos of your setup would be great.

 

TIA

 

     

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I have a go pro mount fixed to the top of my T-Rex sliders. They are the perfect size for a mount. The angle looks very good on twisty roads as you can see the movement of the front suspension and get a sense of speed as the camera is reasonably close to the road. I control it with the remote but only while stopped. Here’s a link to a video from this position.

https://youtu.be/O3pyKSR_XcI

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Here's how the 44T blokes have their GoPros set up.

 

I use a really similar setup (sans microphone because nobody wants to hear me talk) and with a GoPro session. I don't have a picture handy at the moment.

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My Hero Session setup on Scorpion helmet. I used outdoor mounting tape to adapt the mount to the multi curve surface.

This is the perspective I get.

 

 

PXL_20210312_184354278.jpg

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