Looking at the webiste, gopro have always said that it won't support the weight of the camera + suction cup mount. I doubt there's much difference in weight between that and the headstrap - it would have been sensible to test this first before you used it, find out that that there's not and then throw a hissy fit because gopro won't give you a shiny new camera.northerner wrote: When I called about my camera sinking in such an odd way I was told to my surprise, that the floaty is not designed to float anything but the naked camera and case. This important information is something Go Pro does not share or give a warning to on the packaging of the floaty BacPac in anyway or one any of the accessories. In fact the floaty BacPAc used with accessories is a common feature on many of the official Go Pro videos. Regardless the obvious communication error on their part they didn't seem interested in offering much to me but another surf kit camera for $160 off list price.
The picture setting takes really nice stills. Much better quality than a screenshot. Gives you the option to crop and such as well.Toby wrote:...Why do you use the picture setting?
To save battery?
Otherwise just do a video and then take a screenshot.
Will be about 1mb if full sized...enough for the web...
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