This is the best way to secure your GPH housing to our VideoFin ProDesigned by Group B Distribution Inc, Ships from United States of America
Carved out of billet aluminum, this clamp was designed specifically for the GPH housing. This clamp has a bottom mount that allows the user to easily attach the GPH to our VideoFin Pro or to most f...Read More…
Carved out of billet aluminum, this clamp was designed specifically for the GPH housing. This clamp has a bottom mount that allows the user to easily attach the GPH to our VideoFin Pro or to most flat surfaces. The mount allows for the GPH housing to adjusted up/down and right/left. All components are stainless steel.
If you're shooting underwater videos with underwater lights, you may notice lots of light being reflected on floating sediments. To eliminate that effect, the video light should be set at a different angle than that of the camera. This clamp allows for easy and secure adjustments if you are using the GPH as a flashlight housing.
** GPH/flashlight not included
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I started GroupBinc.com as a result of people asking about how I shot my videos on my youtube channel (Frank Abyss).
About 2 years ago, I tried to lower my POV cameras into water with a fishing rod/reel or a rope and quickly discovered that the camera would spin. So I set out to design a stabilizing system that would make the camera track straight underwater, taking a predictable path. I went through a dozen of designs, modifying this and that, and tested several materials. What you see here is the culmination of this extensive testing.
The second item is a specialized underwater housing for action camera cameras. I wanted to go far beyond the limited depth of the original OEM case (only 200ft). Once again, I tested several designs and materials and finally arrived at this current version.
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