The Scuba Doctor Hot/Cold Shoe to Ball Mount and GoPro Adaptor package combines three products to allow underwater photographers to mount a GoPro mount underwater housing onto the standard cold or hot shoe connector found on the top of most underwater camera housings. This package uses a 1-inch Ball Arm system to allow for swift re-positioning to get that perfect angle, no matter where you are or what you're doing. Ball mount arms can be added into the setup for extra length and flexibility.
The Scuba Doctor Hot/Cold Shoe to Ball Mount and GoPro Adaptor Package includes:
X-Adventurer Housing Hot Shoe Ball Adaptor with Easy Lock
The X-Adventurer Housing Hot Shoe Ball Adaptor with Easy Lock (INT-XADV-EX-HOTS03) is a 1-inch ball mount which attaches on top of any standard cold/hot shoe connector featured on the top of various underwater camera housings. It features an easy tightening locking mechanism so that the adaptor won't slip out of the cold/hot shoe. Designed for easily and simply mounting lighting accessories, such as flashes, focus lights and strobes, on top of the camera housing.
Hyperion 2 Hole Aluminium Ball and Joint Clamp
The Hyperion 2 Hole Aluminium Ball and Joint Clamp (INT-HY-L-CL-STD) is designed for attaching two 1 inch (2.5 cm) ball and joint arms or connectors. Arm clamp is made from corrosion-resistant aluminium alloy with anodised finish. Arm clamp has a spring tension for positive retention of clamped accessory.
i-Das GoPro to Ball Mount Adaptor
The i-Das GoPro to Ball Mount Adaptor (INT-ID-GPBM) allows your GoPro mount underwater housing to be attached to a 1-inch Ball Arm system. The simple design is easy to use and allows for some swift re-positioning to get that perfect angle, no matter where you are or what you're doing.
This is not a regularly stocked item in our Rye dive shop. It will be ordered for you from the Australian distributor upon request and typically shipped directly from them to you the same day thus resulting in no delay in delivery. However, if they are out of stock this item becomes a special international order, typically resulting in a 4-week delay.