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Body-Worn Camera Mounts for the GoPro and More [Live]
Saturday Jan 10, 2015 (00:06:30)
The thing that GoPro did best was designing their cameras to be mounted on a variety of body mounts. By doing this, they created a news type of videos on the Internet, and a new market for mounts.
ProGearX is a company that specializes in body mounts for GoPro and other body cameras. CEO and Founder, Noah Rasheta, wore one of the company's products to the studio - a shoulder/torso harness for mounting up to 2 cameras. He also showed off a selfie-stick type arm: a product category that was in abundance this year.
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