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    Brainiac is offline Junior Member
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    I'm wondering it here is sens in buying a gopro for recording roadtrips. Are all of those magnet mounting's safe enough to drive with it above 60mph?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brainiac View Post
    I'm wondering it here is sens in buying a gopro for recording roadtrips. Are all of those magnet mounting's safe enough to drive with it above 60mph?
    It attaches to the car with a GoPro suction cup, at least that is how mine is. I have attached it to the side of my car without any issues with one suction cup and did some accelerating too, but nothing major. I have seen images on google where some cars have a 2 suction cup set up, which is probably better I would assume. Only downside I have seen for lets say road trips is excessive external noise from wind if windows are down or if it is on the outside of the car. But for that I have seen some filtered microphones such as fluffy stuff on it which they say cuts wind noise.

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    Is it worth buying go pro 7 or is it better to buy sony?

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    Go Pro is still good stuff
    Here is nice article and comparison about them https:/www.bestadvisers.co.uk/action-camera-go-pro

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