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This is a Danish engineered and designed product. Strong magnet mount, for most of the action camera types on the market. Easy to take the V-mount off the helmet mount, with a straight pull.
Extremely easy to put back on again. Currently available on the Kiss, G3 and a "drill n' screw" and now the G4.
The Vmag – Extreme magnets and general lightweight. Fits perfectly on these types of helmets. Those helmets are the well known Cookie G3 and G4, Old and new Kiss helmets. The position of the mount allows the user to see the Gopro recordings while skydiving, also letting you know if its recording or not.
Make the best tandem videos. Pull off the camera to make great recordings of your tandem guests handheld.
Vmag is easy to attach to your helmet. It comes with two screws on Cookie and Kiss. Make sure it’s screwed all the way on and you are ready to go skydiving.
In case of a line snag or similar, the magnets will enable you to pull out the the Vmag mount, splitting the mount in two without breaking it, and simply put it back on again. (or if you're a big fan of cutting it away, simply throw away the camera after pulling it off)
The mounts are designed to fit directly on the different helmets.
In the event of a collision, or a crash, the Vmag is attached with very strong magnets, and can only be pulled of with a straight forward pull. If the crash force is big enough the mount will break.
With the Vmag, skydiving will be extra fun
Recording made easy
The Vmag enable you to pull your camera on and off your helmet as and when you like. You can take photos and video without removing your helmet.
The cut away is integrated in the mount, so in the event of the camera getting snagged, simply pull off your camera and half of the mount, get clear of the snag, and mount the camera again, so you can keep it. (Please note that some CCI's may still require you to have a separate helmet cutaway system in place)
If you ever need to cut away your helmet, now you can simply pull of your camera and keep it. In that way you keep your helmet and camera when it goes wrong. The Vmag have a special mechanism that makes it hard to get ripped off.
Here are the links to tutorial videos: