Today there is a wide range of camouflage GoPro accessories and cases that work both with the original first party GoPro cameras as well as some generic third party action cameras that are compatible with GoPro mounts and housing. Camouflage GoPro protective cases can be rugged and useful if you choose carefully. In the list below you will find a variety of camo patterns available for GoPro action cameras.
The best camouflage GoPro cases
This camouflage GoPro case works for the Hero 5 and Hero 6 cameras. It consists of a hard protective mount casing for the camera itself, providing impact resistance, drop safety and a crush shield. The pattern on this camo GoPro case is modeled after the US military’s Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) which uses a digital pattern. This mount is also lightweight and easy to use: it fits around a standard GoPro camera using the universal Gopro type mount. A window pocket in the side allows for access to charging and other port access without removing the camera from its casing.
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If you have a GoPro Hero 4 model and you’re looking for a camouflage skin, this product is probably right up your alley. It’s a removable vinyl skin that can be used to protect your action camera from scratches as well as mask it in woodland environments. The skin adds virtually no weight to your GoPro and the camera can still be used in various mounts and protective housings just as normal. It’s easy to apply and peel off as desired, removing cleanly without any residue.
Note: If you have a GoPro Hero 4 Session, there’s also a peel and stick camo skin for that camera too.
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This GoPro Hero 5/6 casing securely holds your action camera in a bright yellow camouflage patterned molded plastic shell. This GoPro camouflage case keeps your camera safe from many types of impacts or drops while still makign it easy to access the camera’s controls without removing it from the frame. It also uses the standard GoPro ecosystem mount so you can use it to mount on all sorts of official and third party GoPro mounts and other accessories. This is also a good GoPro mount that doesn’t compromise access to the touch screen on the back or the microphone, so sound capture won’t be muffled as a result of using it.
This is not a protective GoPro case, instead it’s a camouflage GoPro carrying case to transport all your action camera gear in. It features a generous number of customizable inner compartments as well as a mesh zippered pouch and smaller front pocket. It’s designed back-pack style so it has straps and a carrying handle. This padded GoPro carrying case uses velcro attached dividers which lets you make the perfect size compartments for all your gear, charging cables, mounts, and other accessories. Its dimmensions reach 1 foot by 10 inches by 4 inches deep.
This is a telescoping selfie stick/GoPro monopod. It works with the standard GoPro ecosystem mount and extends from a collapsed 17.5 inches all the way up to an impressive 40 inches in length (3 feet 4 inches). The camouflage selfie stick is designed with a digital style camouflage pattern similar to that used by the US military. This is a rugged aluminum selfie stick that is also light weight; it weighs only about a pound. This is a good example of a waterproof selfie stick.
For those times when you need extremely rugged housing for your GoPro action camera, you might consider getting a metal casing like this aluminum GoPro frame. It’s not available in camouflage (although it does come in other colors like black) but it’s extremely sturdy and it’s one of the strongest GoPro mounts available today.
It’s not light: it’s one of the heavier GoPro cases on the market, weighing in at 4.4 ounces and it’s built like a tank with a clear lens cap to protect your camera from shatter impacts that might otherwise break its lens rendering it useless. This kit comes with the rugged metal GoPro case, a safety lanyard, a lens cap, a filter, carrying case and set of screws for mounting it.
Frequently asked questions about camo GoPro cases
Will my GoPro Hero 5/6 fit into a GoPro Hero 3/4 case or vice versa?
No, because GoPro changed their camera form factor and size slightly between the Hero 4 and Hero 5 models, you unfortunately won’t be able to use a GoPro Hero 5+ in a shell designed for a GoPro Hero 3 or 4.
Is a camouflage GoPro case necessary for hunting?
GoPro cameras are fairly small and not very brightly colored to begin with. However if you have a GoPro Hero 4, that’s silver colored so it might reflect light easier, especially if you have a clear plastic housing around it. However you might want camouflage GoPro case for aesthetic reasons or to be extra cautious. You may also want to consider a blackout GoPro housing which makes your GoPro jet black in color.