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    Quote Originally Posted by pacs View Post
    Those are the ones I was looking at Sam they have a larger pack which requires a larger rear to the clear case
    Ah yes my apologies. The ones I had for my older Silver 3+ (same shape as yours) were the same size as OEM. Maybe they aren't making them for the older models now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TasmanSam View Post
    Ah yes my apologies. The ones I had for my older Silver 3+ (same shape as yours) were the same size as OEM. Maybe they aren't making them for the older models now.
    not sure mate I saw a guy using them in his kayak fishing videos on you tube then had a look on them on fleabay I think they do sell the oem size still from what I saw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touring Rich View Post
    I just got a go pro for Christmas.

    Itís so easy to use, downloads clips straight to my phone or iPad for easy editing.

    Next will be to start getting more mounts to get a bit more creative.

    I have just been using iMovie for editing and after a quick play Iím finding it easy to use for basic editing so with a bit more practice Iím sxckted to see how it all comes together.

    Cheers
    Are you using iMovie on a phone, tablet or Mac? I stick to doing all my editing on the Mac now. There's a lot it CAN'T do, but an awful lot it can. There's some great tricks you can learn too, to do things like custom animated intros, logo overlays/watermarks, etc. Image stabilisation isn't too bad in the program either.

    I am a long way from knowing what I'm doing with it, but I've also come a long way since the first videos I cut together roughly 12 months ago when I bought my first Mac!

    I've been eyeing off a GoPro. I picked up a Garmin Virb X a while back for $150 (big Garmin fan and my watch can be used as a remote which is handy when I have it mounted on my bullbar! LOL!) but its not as good as a GoPro. Great camera for the price I paid for it (far better than the glitchy $35 4WD Supacentre one I bought a couple years ago! That thing is useless, LOL). But doesn't compare to the current GoPros. That said, its the equivalent of roughly a GoPro 3 I think...

    I have a heap of mounts etc. from Ebay. Most of them seem good. The ones that break looked like they were going to. I've had issues getting a bar mount that is big enough for the bullbar (as most are designed as handle bar mounts for bikes), but the stick on mounts work well.

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