Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)

Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)

Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)

Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The trailer for this product shows a skier using the harness under a backpack to record stable, vivid footage. However, this is probably the only real way to make the harness work. Since it's supposed to fit a fairly broad range of sizes, it's all elastic. This means it tends to bounce even if you have it cinched down hard, so wearing a pack or harness over it is necessary - which seems counter-intuitive. Why do I need a harness for my harness? The sliding mount for the camera also slips off easily if the elastic straps twist.It's also overpriced for the poor quality of materials. I would have paid the same price for something that used wide nylon straps with sliders. The straps are wide and comfortable, backed with rubber for friction and stability, but it's too elastic to get a good fit - especially on a large framed or chesty person.I'm going to mount my Drift Ghost on my headgear, which is an unfortunate necessity as it is larger than a Contour and sets my headgear slightly off balance. It's a great camera, but this wasn't the solution I was looking for.washington mall,popular standard,5 ☆ very popularDrift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)
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Drift Ghost 4K Action Camera 10-010-00 Helmet Camera Motorcycle Camera DVR Liver Streaming Battery Drift Ghost 4K MC Pack Waterproof Case LCD Touch Screen Vlogging Motorcycle Helmet Camera Action
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Resolution 4K UHD (3840 × 2160) 30 FPS, 1080p 120 FPS, 12MP Photo Full-HD (1920x1080) 1080p 30 FPS
Processor Ambarella A9SE Ambarella A12
Sensor Sony IMX117 12MP 1/2.3” CMOS OV4689 4MP
Modules LCD Touchscreen (1.5") / Long Life battery (up to 5hr recording time) Long Life battery (up to 8hr recording time)
Microphone Dual microphone (front amp; rear) amp; External Microphone Capability Front microphone (noise reducing) amp; External Microphone Capability
Battery Life 3 hours at Full HD 1080P (5hr with battery module) 5 Hours at Full HD 1080P (8 Hrs with Battery module)
Bluetooth ✓
Waterproof Rating Water-resistant (IPX4), 40m waterproof housing available Water-resistant (IPX4), 40m waterproof housing available
Weights amp; Dimensions 43 x 82.2 x 31.4mm (120g) 43 x 82.2 x 31.4mm (120g)
Live Streaming ✓ ✓
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Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)

Drift Official Mount (Drift Monopod):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The trailer for this product shows a skier using the harness under a backpack to record stable, vivid footage. However, this is probably the only real way to make the harness work. Since it's supposed to fit a fairly broad range of sizes, it's all elastic. This means it tends to bounce even if you have it cinched down hard, so wearing a pack or harness over it is necessary - which seems counter-intuitive. Why do I need a harness for my harness? The sliding mount for the camera also slips off easily if the elastic straps twist.It's also overpriced for the poor quality of materials. I would have paid the same price for something that used wide nylon straps with sliders. The straps are wide and comfortable, backed with rubber for friction and stability, but it's too elastic to get a good fit - especially on a large framed or chesty person.I'm going to mount my Drift Ghost on my headgear, which is an unfortunate necessity as it is larger than a Contour and sets my headgear slightly off balance. It's a great camera, but this wasn't the solution I was looking for.washington mall,popular standard,5 ☆ very popularDrift Official Mount (Drift Monopod)