How to Use a wrist mount GoPro HERO


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Using a wrist mount

One of my favorite mounts is the wrist mount. And it's pretty straight forward. Now before you put it on your subject, I recommend you actually get this open. It's like the GoPro 3 cases. You have to push the one arrow and then pop the lever, and then flip it around and open it up. Now, it's a little tricky so be careful with that lever. Get your camera. You do have access to switches so you don't have to turn it on now. Line that up. Close it. Latch it. And snap it.

Make sure it makes an audible click. At this point, think about what the subject's going to be doing. Now, this is the preferred method for shooting underwater. And you basically adjust where this falls, and then take the latch, and it just holds in there with a little bit of tension. And that makes it pretty easy. So now as he's riding, he can get that in the arm, or if he's moving the arm up. Or, put it on the wrist, whatever's comfortable. Let's show you what this looks like in action.

Using a wrist mount
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Using a wrist mount provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Shooting with the GoPro HERO: Action Sports

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