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GoPro Anti-Fog Inserts

April 6, 2015 - Comment

Drop inserts into sides of camera housing to prevent fogging in cold and humid environments. To Reuse: Inserts will last for approximately 4 uses. To dry out and reuse, heat inserts on a pan in oven at 300° F for 5 minutes. Store in an airtight bag. For use with all cameras. Product Features Inserts

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Drop inserts into sides of camera housing to prevent fogging in cold and humid environments. To Reuse: Inserts will last for approximately 4 uses. To dry out and reuse, heat inserts on a pan in oven at 300° F for 5 minutes. Store in an airtight bag. For use with all cameras.

Product Features

  • Inserts prevent fogging of lens in cold and humid environments
  • Each insert lasts for approximately 4 uses
  • Includes (12) Twelve Anti-Fog Inserts

Comments

Connor Brady says:

This is a must have! I purchased this product because I am on vacation in Hawaii, and unfortunately I had to purchase it from a camera store instead of Amazon. With that said I still would like to share my opinions on the product to help anyone who is unsure if this is a good product for them. 

Klondike Kid says:

Don’t Leave Home Without Them I have 4 GoPro cameras for professional use. Two original Hero HDs and two Hero 2s with WiFi. All have the flat lens dive housings so that whether I’m filming underwater or topside on terrafirma I won’t have an issue with sharp focus if they are used in the water. All my waterproof cases have two of these inserts and I rotate fresh ones for each day’s filming. The desiccant embedded in the paper has a very limited capacity for moisture absorption so I regenerate these often. Last thing you want…

P. Ranalli says:

They work, but so does toilet paper. They work, but it turns out they do nothing that a couple pieces of rolled up toilet paper can’t do. Save your money. I used two pieces of rolled up toilet paper in my GoPro housing for two 40 minute dives down to 80 feet and never saw a single speck of fog. I did the same thing for 4 hours of hiking to Machu Picchu during the pouring rain in insane humidity.

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