Must be a lot of faulty GoPros out there thenEurus wrote:The first time I used my new GP 3 it fogged up. I called Go Pro and they said I had a faulty camera and that it should never fog. I took it back to where I purchased it and they gave me a new one. So far it has not fogged on me once.
Anti fogging stripes are working fine for me, within the following scenario :g00se wrote:Either find a way to ensure the air in the housing is cooler and not humid (fridge method as described before) or use dessicant to absorb the moisture inside the housing.
Haiku: I've got hours of GoPro2 vid from Maui for two years in a row with no fogging. All I have is the polarizer and moisture strips. No extra steps taken; Never seen any fogging.haiku wrote:Hi.
Those tips worked amanzingly every time I go to Maui and you know...Hawaii is one of the worst places on earth for Go Pro fogging !
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