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SOFIC – Adams Industries – GoPro Aviation Mount

Thursday, May 24th, 2012


Coming soon from Adams Industries is this GoPro Mount for aviation helmets. It works on any flight helmet with ANVIS-compatible shroud.

StrikeMark GoPro Pistol Mount Video

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Lots of you have been coming to me asking about the new StrikeMark GoPro Pistol Mount. It’s generally easier to show than to write out a long description so I was quite pleased to find out that the guys at StrikeMark Targets had produced a great video.

What do you think?

StrikeMark – Digital Camera Picatinny Rail Mount

Friday, February 24th, 2012

StrikeMark is quickly becoming the leader in weapon mounts for cameras. Previous mounts have been designed specifically for the most popular personal video systems. But not everyone owns a Contour or GoPro so StrikeMark went back to the drawing board to develop the Universal mount.

The entire line of mounts is intended to allow you to produce Point of View videos. You can shoot first-person-shooter style videos or reverse the camera and watch yourself in action.

This new mount is CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum and then black powder coat finish. Mil Std 1913 (Picatinny) compatible, it integrates a 1/4 x 20 thread to accept the camera. This is the same thread that is used on tripods.

Compatible with the Sony Cyber-Shot (Cybershot), Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Samsung, Casio, Kodak, GoPro, Contour, Panasonic, Fujifilm, Olympus, Insignia. Basically, if you can mount it to a tripod, you can mount it to this mount.

StrikeMark GoPro GLOCK Mount

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

StrikeMark has introduced a Glock mount to their line of GoPro mounting products. Designed to fit all Glock models, it’s made from 6061-T6 Aluminum with a powder coated matte-black finish and comes with a nylon-tipped set screw and a 3/32 hex key for easy installation.

You can order it directly from StrikeMark.

This article was originally posted on

GoPro HERO NVG Mount

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

One category where the GoPro HERO series of cameras excels is in their wide variety of mounting options, which includes the GoPro NVG Mount. With it, one can easily attach either the HERO or HERO2 to any helmet with a Night Vision mounting plate, allowing them to record excellent footage without installing any additional mounts on their equipment. Here, you can see it mounted to a Crye Precision AirFrame Helmet with an Ops-Core VAS Shroud.

GoPro – NVG Mount

This article originated on Tactical Fanboy

NBOW – Strikemark Targets Introduces Gopro Gun Mount

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Strikemark Targets has developed a quick detach, Picitinny rail compatible, gun mount for the Gopro camera. Made from 6061 aluminum it is machined and powder coated. The mount uses a simple set screw to mount it to your rail. The deluxe version features a nylon tipped set screw that won’t mar your rail as well as a hex key. It is designed to work with the standard Gopro mounting shoe which clicks right into place on the mount. Very simple to use.


GoPro Camera Test Jump

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

While traditionally the GoPro Hero has been considered a helmet cam, like so many others Eric Halberstadt realized it could be used in other ways as well. In this case, he attached it to his leg during a static line parachute jump. Eric makes demonstration jumps using WWII equipment as well as a professional TV commercial director of photography.

The GoPro Hero is widely recognized for its use in action sports. One of the huge draws is that it’s relatively inexpensive and with a variety of mounting solutions it can be adapted to any number of uses including attaching it to a rifle. In fact, the GoPro Hero is so small that there might even be room for a couple of them on the rail of your M4 allowing you to capture numerous perspectives. But probably the biggest selling point if the quality of the image. Just look at it, have you seen anything so clear? And all of you legs, make sure you bow down when you watch this video.

Thanks for the help Hans!