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Holiday Gift Guide: GoPro Accessory Starter Kit from Lifelimit

Posted December 07, 2017
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The Holiday Season is upon us. It's time to start thinking about (and buying) some gifts for the people in your life. Whether you are looking for a gift for a friend, family members, or yourself, we have some great ideas for you here at VJ. One such gift is the Lifelimit Accessories Starter Kit for GoPro.

GoPro cameras are amazing. Already on our gift guide, these little cameras can withstand almost any shooting environment and are great for video producers who work out in the field a lot and need a camera that can keep up with them in any situation.  What's great about GoPro cameras because of this is that you can pretty much put them anywhere -- mount them on yourself, on a car, on a drone, on a tripod, basically wherever you can think of. To do this, though, you need some accessories, and while GoPro cameras come with a few, you'll definitely need more if you are going to use it a lot.

The Lifelimit Starter Kit comes with over 30 different accessories for putting your GoPro in all kinds of places. It comes with a chest and head strap to put the GoPro on yourself, Bicycle clip, handlebar clamp, a car mount for inside and outside your car, and a variety of other clamps, clips and sticky mounts that you can use in a variety of places. 

There are plenty of accessories and kits around the web from GoPro and others, but you can buy the Lifelimit Kit for $20 from Amazon.

Check out the rest of our Holiday Gift Guide here

 


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