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pbansen wrote:Anyone been successful at eliminating the vibration between the GoPro and the adhesive base? I get some noise from that tiny bit of movement at some RPMs.
joeknapton wrote:Hi, we make the Flymount, kindly mentioned above.
I put a post on here yesterday, but I think it's been removed as spam - which it isn't! We're a small UK based company who make a unique product, which we've only just launched.
If anyone is looking for a way of mounting a GoPro on their motorbike, our product is worth considering. The Flymount is designed specifically for mounting cameras on tubular objects, and filming under high vibration and shock. You can see some handlebar mounted footage here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuvPQgXlio0
We're also working on a GoPro adapter plate for the Flymount, so that customers will be able to use their GoPro on our mount without needing the tripod adapter.
steve8 wrote:i m scared to not beeing able to remove the 3m tape from the surface. How do u remove it?
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