Bartek wrote:I have a couple of Mobius cameras and I have just acquired weatherproof cases for them
$20! eeep thats steep
I'll see if I can muster up something equivalent for mine that is workable & "cost effective"
myforwik wrote:The go pro might be great, but its the ugliest most conspicuous camera ever.
redned wrote:myforwik wrote:The go pro might be great, but its the ugliest most conspicuous camera ever.
I see that the fellow that was attacked by a tiger at Australia Zoo had a Go Pro on his head. That might make for interesting footage!
AUbicycles wrote:Just checked up on Contour and wanted to find out who in Australia looks after the brand currently - clicking on "SUPPORT" shows a ' Sorry, We Couldn't Find That Page' error. Oh no.
Thrilloilogy wrote:I've got my roam mounted on the handlebars as having it on my helmet annoys me. However, I find that it picks up a lot of vibrations. It's alright if I am watching it on my iphone; but on the PC it's a lot noticable. I am using the strap mount. Does someone have some tips on how to dampen the vibration? Thanks!
Bartek wrote:I have a couple of Mobius cameras and I have just acquired weatherproof cases
seem to work fine.
I got the cases from here
http://mobius-actioncam.com/store/produ ... e-windows/
Rhubarb wrote:Interesting. Would those covers fit the wide angle lens version?
Rhubarb wrote:The wide angle lens protrudes from the case of the camera more than on the standard lens version:
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