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The Vivitar Pro Series V-APM-7004 Curved Helmet Mount is the perfect accessory for mounting your action camera or GoPro to any helmet. The mount attaches to the your helmet via industrial-strength adhesive pads and a hook-and-loop fastener. The camera plate attaches to the mount via a quick-release element, allowing you to quickly and easily remove the camera with its plate attached, and re-attach it to a Vivitar All-in-1 Mount. The Vivitar Pro Series Arm Mount gives you the adjustability to place your action camera or GoPro in multiple positions on your body, giving you another unique angle to record your activity. Simply strap the mount by wrapping it around your arm and buckling it down. Then, place the camera on the mount and use the built-in adjustable tilt to fine-tune your angle.
Vivitar Pro Series V-APM-7004 Outdoors Kit
GoPro and All Action Cameras
Helmet Mount, Arm Mount
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