What item is right for you?
Ask our Experts! 800.606.6969 Live Chat

Torrey Pines Logic EagleEye C-Mount for GoPro HERO3/HERO3+

In Stock
Free Expedited Shipping
You Pay: $349.99
Product Highlights
  • Telephoto Shooting for HERO3/HERO3+
  • Attach C-Mount Lenses to GoPro Housing
  • Standard 1/4-20 Tripod Mount

The Torrey Pines Logic EagleEye C-Mount for GoPro HERO3/HERO3+ allows you to mount standard C-mount lenses on a GoPro HERO3 or HERO3+ housing. Because the built in lens on the GoPro HERO3 is ultra-wide angle and has no optical zoom, telephoto shots are not normally possible. The EagleEye C-Mount greatly extends the type of camera angles possible by allowing you to use much more telephoto C-mount lenses with the GoPro action camera.

To avoid vignetting, it is recommended that you use C-mount lenses with focal lengths of 40mm and longer.

Ability to mount C-mount lenses on GoPro HERO3 or HERO3+ for telephoto shooting
Standard 1/4-20 mount fits tripods, rigs and most other types of camera support
Attaches to GoPro Housing and is compatible with both the HERO3 and HERO3+ housings
Lens Mount Mounts C-mount lens to GoPro HERO3/HERO3+ Housing
Note: 40mm and longer lenses recommended to avoid vignetting
Dimensions 4.4 x 3.1 x 3.1" (11.2 x 7.9 x 7.9 cm)
Weight 11.5 oz (0.3 kg) without GoPro camera
Torrey Pines Logic EagleEye C-Mount for GoPro HERO3/HERO3+
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

    by PowerReviews
    Torrey Pines LogicEagleEye C-Mount for GoPro HERO3/HERO3+

    (based on 1 review)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars



    • 4 Stars



    • 3 Stars



    • 2 Stars



    • 1 Stars



    Reviewed by 1 customer

    Displaying review 1

    Back to top

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)



    By Mike

    from Princeton, NJ

    About Me Tech Savvy

    Verified Buyer


    • Durable
    • Easy To Use


    • Grainy Photos

    Best Uses

      Comments about Torrey Pines Logic EagleEye C-Mount for GoPro HERO3/HERO3+:

      I was really excited to have the opportunity to extend the capabilities of my GoPro devices by adapting some very good Canon glass to the mix. Alas, it was not to be. I initially attempted to use a Canon EOS C-Mount adapter in addition to the EagleEye adapter, but it just didn't work for me. Images were dark and grainy and I just couldn't think of a way to salvage the effort.

      In the chance that all or most of the problem was caused by the second adapter (the Canon C-Mount), I purchased a Tamron TA41212ML
      12VM412ASIR 1/2" 4-12mm F/1.2 Infrared Manual C-Mount Lens, and used it with the Torrey Pines Logic adapter. But, again, the images I was able to get were dark and not particularly well suited to anything other than perhaps surveillance. There are many less expensive ways to do surveillance, and that wasn't one of my interests, anyway

      I do not know if there are other things I could have tried to produce better results. I would still like to be able to mitigate the extremely wide angle view that is standard with the GoPro. But I am still looking.

      I should add that in terms of the quality of the device and so forth, it seems to be first-class. Very solid. The adapter is mounted to its own dedicated GoPro frame. I found it necessary to use an optional LCD pack for the GoPro to aid in focusing, and that led to switching backs with an more appropriate frame, but I had all of that in my collection so didn't have to purchase anything other than the Torrey Pines and the C-Mount lens, both of which have now been returned, thanks to B&H.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      Share this review

      Power Management

      Show more >
      Fujinon -  CF75HA-1 75mm f/1.4 Industrial Lens
      • You Pay: $324.95
      Vello -  Canon EF/EF-S Lens to C Mount Camera Adapter
      • You Pay: $29.95

      Tripods & Supports

      Show more >
      Magnus -  VT-4000 Tripod System with Fluid Head
      • You Pay: $149.95

      Care & Cleaning

      Show more >
      Pearstone -  Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, 18% Gray (7 x 7.9")
      • You Pay: $4.99
      See any errors on this page? Let us know.