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The increasing popularity of small cameras that record video onto memory cards through wide angle lenses - I mean the GoPro cameras in particular - has lead to an increase in a number of related things; sprains, fractures, and burns coming readily to mind. This is not the fault of these fine little cameras - it is just a measure of the adventurous spirit of their users. Adventurous spirit, raw courage, and desire to go viral on You Tube - even if the video clip features them disappearing down a hole clawing and screaming.
It has also lead to a proliferation of accessories for this clawing and screaming. Fat Gecko make a series of camera mounts that can stick to just about any surface - surfboards, boat hulls, motorcycle helmets, emergency treatment room walls...They go under the various names of Stealth Mount, Double Camera Mount, and Mini Camera mount. The Double refers to a twin sucker system to give greater adhesion on flat surfaces. This camera mount is actually big enough to cope with mirrorless still cameras and small compacts as well as the micro videos.
They are well built, priced competitively, and technically complex enough to occupy even the geekiest customer. Of course there are also the Go Pro mounts as well, and the ever-popular skull screw for the real hard core adventurers. Bear Grills would approve. Come in now and stick one on.
Note: a customer has asked if these mounts can be used to stabilize cameras in areas where tripods are forbidden - such as St. Peter's at the Vatican. Regrettably, the answer is no - you are not allowed to attach suckers onto the frescoes and the Swiss Guards are too porous for good adhesion. Just hand hold and use a high ISO.