To be honest, GoPro has more mounting options than it’s competitors like Drift and Contour. This is not just because of the larger number of official GoPro mounts out there, but also all the aftermarket GoPro accessories produced by other companies like GoPole, Granny Grip, and so on.
However, Drift and Contour users now have the advantage of being able to
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not only use all of their own range of accessories, but can now use GoPro accessories too, thanks to a great little tool called the GoPro Mount Adaptor.
Basically the GoPro Mount Adaptor screws into the 1/4″ thread on
your Drift or Contour camera, and then allows you to attach your camera to any GoPro accessory.
Great idea, and opens up a huge new range of mounting opportunities for Drift and Contour users!