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Although, you could attach a little L bracket off the side of the mask, then attach the Go pro to that. That would work. Or make something that comes off the top of the tank. The Go Pro has such a wide viewing angle that it would get the front half of your body, and everything in front of you....giving a cool look.
I don't have the go pro camera yet, so I can't play with it, but I was thinking that maybe using the flat mounting plate on the left side of the mask, in the same location the ABV is on the right side.
I had not thought of putting it on the tank, I would like to see what the view looks like from there.
In dark water when I will also be using my Darkbuster Dive light, I think mounting the camera to the top of my light would be a good option.
Sounds like I need to just get the camera so I can play with some different options.
Any other thoughts on how to use the camera? One of the main reason's I'm looking at using the camera this way is to document underwater search & rescue operations.