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GoPro Camo Housing + QuickClip (Realtree Xtra)

Item #: GP-CAMOHRTX
$69.95
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GoPro Camo Housing + QuickClip (Realtree Xtra)

This Camo Housing camouflages your GoPro in woodland environments. Its Realtree Xtra pattern blends perfectly year-round in a variety of habitats. The QuickClip lets you attach it to a backwards baseball cap or other 3mm to 10mm thick object. Includes Standard, Skeleton and Touch Backdoors. Waterproof to 131 (40m).

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Features
  • Non-reflective, Realtree Xtra camouflage is optimized for woodland environments
  • QuickClip lets you attach the Camo Housing to a backwards baseball cap or other 3mm to 10mm thick object
  • Includes LCD concealment stickers to eliminate light reflection from the LCD window
  • Includes Standard, Skeleton and Touch Backdoors
  • Waterproof to 131 (40m)

    Note:The Frame is not waterproof and not intended for use in extreme conditions where dirt and sharp objects can damage the camera lens

    Compatibility: HERO4 Black, HERO4 Silver, HERO3+, HERO3

    Whats included
    • Camo Housing (Realtree Xtra)
    • QuickClip Standard Backdoor Skeleton Backdoor Touch Backdoor Mounting Buckle Thumb ScrewLCD Concealment Stickers
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