Make sure your camera's not swimming with the fishes.
When a nasty wipeout knocks your GoPro Hero free, you'd much rather find it bobbing on top of the water than have it sink beneath the waves to Davy Jones' locker. Just peel and stick the buoyant, high-visibility GoPro Floaty Backdoor to your GoPro's housing, and you'll have a much better shot at retrieving your GoPro Hero camera.
- Includes spare waterhousing backdoor
- Not recommended for suction mounts
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
A great confidence booster when using your Go Pro in any water scenario. Protect your investment and put a floaty on just in case the camera was to become detached from you. Better to have it visible and floating on top...
A Floaty can save a GoPro
If you are in the water a lot with your GoPro you are going to need a Floaty. Once you attack the Floaty to your GoPro Housing you will not be able to get it off, so it's nice to dedicate a Backdoor to your Floaty. I have been on the water so many times and my GoPro popped off and every time I have been able to recover the camera because of this Floaty.
Is the floaty backdoor compatible with the...
Is the floaty backdoor compatible with the gopro hero 2?
This will work well with your Hero 2.
Have used this for scuba diving 20+times
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have my gopro tied onto my BC when I dive; however, I'm sometimes worried about it falling off when I enter the water or when I'm just moving around in general. This lets me breathe easy (no pun intended) that at the very least maybe someone on the dive boat will notice the gopro floating around. At least its not at the bottom of the ocean. When using your gopro underwater, make sure to snag a moisture muncher to ensure the camera lens does not fog up. This is a must have for anyone who white water rafts or does any water based action sport with their GoPro.