We’ve seen a number of very cool videos capturing the world from a dog’s point of view and we wondered how did those owners mount the cameras on their dogs?
Well we've come across a product which will let you affix a camera to your dog. With the GoPro Fetch you can mount it to capture the world from your dog’s point of view.
The harness features two mounting locations for a variety of perspectives: the chest (for bone-chewing, digging and front-paw action) and your dog's back (for over-the-head shots of running, jumping and play). Quick release bases make attaching and removing the camera easy.
The GoPro Fetch harness is made of washable, water-friendly material so your dog can swim, play and get dirty without a worry. The soft, padded construction, including at all adjustment points, keeps your dog comfortable.
Fully adjustable to fit small, medium and large breed dogs from 15 to 120 lbs (7 to 54 kg). If desired, the chest mount is removable to accommodate smaller dogs.
This video does a great job of explaining the product:
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