If you’re taking your GoPro out on the water, sometimes you need something that combines flotation with extended reach. Here are some of the best GoPro float pole options.
GoPro Mounts, Clips, and Grips
Reviews, tips and tricks related to mounting and holding GoPro cameras.
If you’re looking to mount a GoPro on a tripod, here’s a rundown of the various types of tripod conversion adapters that you can get to be able to use any GoPro on any tripod.
The Wasabi Power Hand Grip is an external USB battery and hand grip in one. It’s a convenient way to add extra battery power to extend your GoPro filming.
If you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary run-of-the-mill GoPro stick, here are some that offer something more.
Joby has some new action camera mounts. I’ve been testing out the suction cup and clamp with the new locking arms.
Motion can make time lapse more compelling. Here’s a roundup of some of the better options for adding panning and rotation to your time lapse captures taken with GoPro cameras.
GoPros love the water. But they don’t float. The CamKix Premium Bobber is a good option for keeping your GoPro afloat and visible.
While GoPro’s Jaws clamp works well in many situations, there are times a broader spring-loaded clamp comes in handy in mounting your GoPro.
If you need to make sure your waterproof camera stays on the top of the water and doesn’t sink to the depths below, here’s a handy option.
If you’re looking to mount your GoPro to a flat surface like a car windscreen, surfboard, jet ski, or kayak, there are several different options for suction cup mounts depending on your needs. Here are some of the best.