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Bonehead AERO Rev2 GoPro Helmet Front Mount
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Bonehead AERO/Rev2 GoPro Helmet Mount.
Machined Aluminum Mount designed to permanently mount any GoPro camera to the Bonehead AERO or Rev2 skydiving helmet. This the GoPro mount designed and manufactured for the AERO and Rev2 by Bonehead, but can also be used on just about any curved front helmet.
Drilling for two holes required to mount on AERO or Rev2.
Mount is tapped for 2 included Phillips head screws and tapped for a the GoPro attachment screw (not included)
- Black Aluminum AERO/Rev2 GoPro Mount with tapped threads
- 2 Black Phillips head screws
Mounting Notes: To mount, first remove the visor assembly from the helmet. Center the mount just above the visor on the carbon fiber. Mark your holes and drill. Assemble to the GoPro mount in the orientation shown in the photo in this listing.
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Good MountI think $40 for a machined piece of aluminum was a bit much, but it works very well. I actually attacked mine to the lens on my helmet and it is very secure and robust. Make sure you educate yourself on how to drill plastics before doing that. I am able to adjust my camera view very easy after I open up my visor when under canopy.