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Old 04-16-2017   #1
 
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Go Pro mount

Please share pics and ideas?

I have a go pro and when I bought my nrs frame, the gentleman had some 1.5" or so pvc pipe and a coupler or two.
Please share how you attach your go pro, I'd love to document some of the trips for my daughters. We leave in two weeks for her annual birthday trip on The Colorado through Horsethief and Ruby Canyons outside of Grand Junction. Then a Deso trip this June.
Thanks in advance,
Jon

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Old 04-16-2017   #2
 
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i copied this guys idea, worked great in the ditch
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go pro mount

Here is my design, two straps using the inside and outside D rings very stable.
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Bighorn, how are you attaching the go pro to the pvc?
Thanks for the video Mike, may try it or bighorns idea, they both look good.
Thanks
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I use one of these mounts on my frame. Easy to move to different locations. I add a threaded selfie stick for height. It doesn't give the over the shoulder view like Bighorn's rig, but it works pretty well.
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Bighorn, how are you attaching the go pro to the pvc?
Thanks for the video Mike, may try it or bighorns idea, they both look good.
Thanks
1 1/2 inch clamp similar to the video clamp also using a leash line to the camera clamp to secure to raft.
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Bighorn, how are you attaching the go pro to the pvc?
Thanks for the video Mike, may try it or bighorns idea, they both look good.
Thanks
jonseim, what I used to mount my gopro to bighorn's setup (he's my Uncle....) is the gopro roll bar mount:

https://www.amazon.com/GoPro-GRBM30-...Roll+Bar+Mount

Here's a picture of it in action.
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