The vibration from that mount will have been blurring the image slightly, especially more distant parts, it will be interesting to see if a good mount solves your other issues.Nigel you are correct. I am using a Smatree Ajustable Jaws Flex Clamp Mount. I should have known better. Thank you.
I use that mount all the time. I have had it holding up to 5 cameras at once, on a metal plate with a 1/4" socket. It is both easily adjustable and very sturdy.I have ordered this mount and will see if it solves some of the vibration issues. .I don't know why it says suction mount since it is stuck in place with 3M double sides tape. They sell this mount for SpyTec dashcam/camera for 8-9$ on Amazon and Ebay.
You need to look at the lens specifications for the mechanical back focal length, which determines the distance required between the sensor and the end of the lens. If that distance is longer than the lens holder, then you need an extender.I really want to try the fixed zoom lenses however I am a bit reluctant to try a 8-12mm lens to see if I can optically zoom in by a consistent factor of 2-4x. I am waiting for thread extenders which I think it will need. I tried to do it on an old mini 0806 and ended up ruining the sensor. Though I learned it is not a matter of getting it closer to the sensor, it looks like it is the opposite issue where you don't have enough threads to position the lens. I wish my mobius 2 had WIFI like F1 does so I could perfect it.
Quite likely to be a memory card problem, it doesn't seem to like U3 Samsung cards, in common with other cameras with Amberella processors.I tried it and it didn't work properly in automatic power on with USB mode. It would just turn off after a few minutes
@gitup Any advance on that?The 90 degree is available.
For capacitor version, we are still tuning IQ.
GitUp sell their own suction cup mount. It is fairly compact and works quite well. That Panavise Shorty is designed to be used for mounting GoPros etc. to the outside of cars, hence the larger suction cup.
That is a good mount, but I prefer their similar adhesive mount, seems more firm than the suction mount and is less visible if you can't hide it behind the dots:GitUp sell their own suction cup mount. It is fairly compact and works quite well. That Panavise Shorty is designed to be used for mounting GoPros etc. to the outside of cars, hence the larger suction cup.
SUCTION CUP MOUNT KIT FOR GITUP GIT1/GIT2 G3 AND F1 ACTION CAMERA
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