As a photography and videography enthousiast, I got inspired by the short movie 'Above SF' by Marc Donahue to make a short movie myself about my upcoming trip to Warsaw. I have a DSLR camera and a GoPro Session, so I only had to find a way to connect them together.
Which I eventually did!
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Step 1: Things You Need for This Instructable:
- your DSLR's hot shoe cover cap
- GoPro piece
- a strong glue ( one that can hold plastic together )
- an electric multitool ( with a cutting and sanding tool )
Step 2: Cutting
I started by cutting away the plastic that I no longer needed. After measuring the length and width, I added some marks on the bottom of the GoPro piece to make sure that I didn't cut away to many plastic.
Step 3: Sanding
After the cutting process, I sanded the GoPro piece and washed it in water to get rid of the fine dust.
Make sure you'll add small cuts to the hot shoe cover to get a better connection between the glue and the hot shoe cover.
Step 4: Glueing the Two Pieces Together
Finally I glued the two pieces together by following the steps on the packaging of the glue.
Step 5: Final Photo
Now you'll have your own carefully crafted piece to put your Go Pro on your DSLR camera.
I hope you enjoyed this Instructable ( Which is my first... ).
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