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Contour 2780 - Soporte de casco para cámara, color negro

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  • Marca: Contour Design.
  • Nombre del modelo: Bar Mount.
  • Código de producto : 2780.
  • Categoría: accesorios para montaje de cámaras

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Color del producto: Negro
Conección para micrófono: No
Conexión de pantalla: No
Conexión para iluminación: No
Eje: Si

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas For road bike 3 de marzo de 2013
Por Kenyanese - Publicado en
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As far as camera position is concerned, it is better than flex strap and offers more options for adjusting the view. The downside is it is not as firm as the flex strap. Susceptible to shifting if you bump on the camera or when turning Camera on/off.

I decided to use it for road bike and the sturdier flex strap on the Harley. Wish it was as rigid as the flex strap. Would still recommend this over the flex strap on a road bike because it allows camera to be easily adjusted while cycling.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works well 27 de julio de 2012
Por Steve Corbett - Publicado en
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Attached without difficulty to my handlebars. Was worried I'd get a fair amount of camera shake, but was surprised to find good smooth video quality even on slightly bumpy paths (front suspension on your bike will help here). Fairly easy to slide the camera on and off, and the adjustable tension knob keeps it in place nicely when tightened.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sturdy! 17 de junio de 2012
Por Brian Lange. - Publicado en
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This device absolutely gets the job done for your Contour camera. Be advised that there is a piece that can easily screw off that connects the bar mount and the camera mount (shown at the top in the image). I lost mine (stolen or from when I took a spill - not sure when, but it was missing one day), and they do not sell this part separately.

VIDEO: From many different video clips under different conditions, the image is stable and does not shake (city riding).

AUDIO: There can sometimes be an odd rattling/shaking sound in the audio after you import your footage. Most noticeable when going over bad bumps or other such terrain.

STABILITY: Stays installed securely. My old one is installed with a screwdriver, the newer ones seem to use an Allen wrench.

APPEARANCE: Looks a bit clunky. Could be better, but really not that bad. I installed mine upside down on the handlebar so it doesn't protrude up.

INSTALLING: Very easy to install. The cushion helps a lot with thinner handlebars and also assists in the reduction of shaking.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bar Mount Works Good 5 de septiembre de 2012
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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My Contour Roam slides in and out easily and the mount holds it solid and the videos are quite steady taken from my rigid mountain bike even on rough single track.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Camera fell off! 21 de mayo de 2013
Por vectorizer - Publicado en
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Headline: I lost my camera because of this mount.

The bar mount itself is solid, using two screws as shown in the product pictures. However, the camera slides into a mount that sits on a ball. Twisting the ring below the camera tightens and loosens the grip on the ball. This arrangement is good for getting a wide range of angles, but using all my hand strength it still didn't seem locked into place. OTOH there was no hint that it would fall off, just maybe get out of adjustment with a bump.

When riding in the NYC Bike Tour, at some point a bump caused the grip to come off of the ball completely. I have no idea where I lost it since the ride was crowded in a noisy city. Remember, I had tightened that sucker down as hard as I could, and these were just city streets ... plenty of bumps, but not exactly mountain biking bumpy.

If you like your camera, do not use this mount. The design is a good idea, executed poorly.