Boognoss wrote:Summernight wrote:I hope yours is replaced with a perfect one. My replacement hasn't been perfect although it has been better than the last one and it hasn't been bad enough to need another warranty query. Yet.
Hmmmm, hopefully newer hardware will actually be resolved with new firmware releases rather than you having dud hardware again. Fingers crossed for me too....
Well, I think I spoke too soon - this morning the replacement GoPro Hero3 Black froze twice in a row. I started it to head out on the commute and it froze so I didn't have time to spend fiddling and decided that if I hit a red light I'd waste the time there. I hit a red light, pulled the camera out of the waterproof housing (it was raining BTW so I think I did a darn good job of protecting the camera with my body), pulled the battery bacpac off, reset the internal battery (why do they have the door housing the battery as a separate lose-able piece? Very silly), put the battery bacpac back on and replaced the camera back into the housing... Well it then froze on start up this second time and the traffic lights were changing so I had to leave it. There wasn't another opportunity to reset it again until I got to work. Not happy.
trailgumby wrote:Slide the bayonet clip out of the chest mount and put the tape on the base of the socket. With a sharp hobby knife, cut the tape either side of the centre spine so that the spine sticks through, and remove cut tape sliver. You want the tape to pack up the base ever so slighly. One layer may do it, I used two to be extra sure but it does require some force to extract.
Thank you. Much appreciated. I received the k-Edge handlebar mounts in the mail this morning so I'm switching it over to that anyway now. But that fix will certainly be useful for using the chest mount at other times.