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For this instructable I show how to make a monopod out of that useless display box the go pro came with!
The only materials that you might not have at home are the paracord and dowel these are both around five dollars.
Drill a hole near the end of the dowel using a 5/16 inch drill bit. Measure 2.75 inches down and drill another hole. When drilling through the dowel, ...
To prepare the mount for drilling place it upside down on dowel with the part that holds the camera in place in between the two drilled holes. Take a ...
For this step we drill a hole in each corner of the mount. The hole should be aligned with the mark you made in the previous step. When drilling throu...
Loop a 2 foot section of paracord through the mount and into the stick. You may need to use a paper clip like a needle and thread to get the both stri...
This monopod is great for getting good shots of yourself. It also makes for very interesting videos
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