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Overheating issues will occur when you take the “action” away from an action camera, like utilizing it in a static environment. We have successfully cooled GoPro and Smartphone cameras in Phoenix’s scorching summers since 2020. Our CAMCooLER fan system works with GoPro’s HERO12 Black, HERO11 Black, HERO11 Black Mini, HERO10 Black, HERO9 Black, HERO8 Black, HERO7 Black, and Hero5 Black cameras. We also support Action 4, Mevo Start, most smartphones, and Netgear’s Nighthawk Mobile Hotspot. Manufactured by our small business in Gilbert, Arizona! 

9Ten11&12 Cooler now available on Amazon Prime! Or purchase the same item here, save on the sales tax and your item will ship via USPS Priority Mail unless otherwise noted. (AZ residents still pay sales tax)

Under the scorching sun at a blistering 99 degrees, we pushed the limits by recording at 4k, 60 fps. Remarkably, all cameras, except the one in the Media Mod case, surpassed the 4-hour mark without experiencing any overheating issues.

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Camera Cooling Systems

Keeping a camera recording on a warm summer day is a challenge regardless of location, but it can be almost impossible in the southwest, where it gets scorching. We’ve looked at thermoelectric cooler Peltier devices, but they draw large amounts of power and are only about 2 percent efficient. That would be fine if every ballpark had an electrical plug behind every backstop, it worked, and you could beat out every other parent there for access. A shading device will help, but the majority of the time, it alone will not suffice. According to GoPro and Logitech, these cameras need airflow movement to “wick” the heat away. Our camera coolers are active cooling blower fan(s) and shading devices. 

We’ve been doing this for many years successfully. Click here for proof showing the effectiveness of the CAMCooLER Camera Cooler on a few of the hottest weekends of recorded game videos with no GoPro camera overheats. Check out our Blog to review all the heat stress video data results.

CAMCooLER 9Ten11 cooling fan kept the GoPro 10 recording for over 4 hours at an average temperature of 119° F at 1080P | 60 | W, without the internal GoPro battery installed. 

CAMCooLER 9Ten11 can keep a GoPro 10 recording for over 11 hours at room temperature versus 22 mins without the cooling fan at the 5.3k | 60 | L+ setting. 

Hero10 Black recorded for 7 hrs at 5.3K and 60 fps with our CAMCooLER Cooler Dual Fans versus 25 minutes without (2022 Testing)

A common problem in camera product design—particularly in electronics cooling—is managing thermal conditions for optimal efficiency. The core of the challenge is designing energy-efficient microprocessors and printed circuit boards (PCBs) that will not overheat. A frequently overlooked aspect of thermal management problem-solving is architectural design. To tackle and alleviate the difficulties and inefficiencies that arise from heat, engineers employ different cooling systems to manage conditions.

Passive cooling utilizes the camera case for radiation and convection heat transfer modes to achieve natural convection and heat dissipation. These methods are ineffective when using an action camera to record a sporting event on a chain-link fence on a warm summer day. A shade cover may help, but it will probably not be reliable. 

On the other hand, active cooling refers to cooling technologies that rely on an external device to enhance heat transfer. Through active cooling technologies, the fluid flow rate increases during convection, dramatically increasing the heat removal rate. Active cooling solutions include forced air through a fan or blowers like those deployed with our camera cooling systems have shown to be very effective. 

With its built-in shade design of passive cooling and the active cooling blower fans, our CAMCooLER camera cooling system is the solution that every parent or coach has struggled with…keeping the action camera like a GoPro from not overheating.  

To ensure its effectiveness, we conducted a comprehensive test on each of our cameras, subjecting them to extreme conditions. Outdoors, under the scorching sun at a blistering 99 degrees, we pushed the limits by recording at 4k, 60 fps. Remarkably, all cameras surpassed the 4-hour mark without experiencing any overheating issues.

As expected, without the presence of cooling fans, all cameras experienced overheating within a short span of 20 to 25 minutes.

Below is a list of games recorded with the Hero8 Black using the CAMCooLER Cooler Fans and the daily temperature historical data. This should help show you how effective these Cooler Fans are. See more data here.

Game Video Links: 6/27/2021


7/8/2022. GoPro Cooler and Smartphone Cooler keep cameras cool during a softball game. Temperature 111 F

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Over four years of real-world usage and extensive testing in Phoenix’s hot scorching temperatures.

Our Camera cooling system is the solution you have been looking for! 
No more wet towels or those shade devices that don’t work.
The CAMCooLER for GoPro cameras, DJI Osmo Action, Smartphones, Mevo Start, and Mobile Hotspots will help keep your devices cool and operating!
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Our extensive experience in real-world usage in Phoenix’s scorching summers, coupled with numerous rigorous heat tests, offers valuable insights into potential scenarios and performance.
The Super Clamp Fence Mount is an affordable all-in-one device that is a great backstop camera mount or on the job site to get that action camera setup in the most ideal location.
Customers have adapted our cooler for many uses. (Previous model shown)
Not FAA approved. Use at own risk. (Previous model shown)

College coaches love to see actual game footage for recruiting.

This is the solution you have been looking for! 
No more wet towels or those shade devices that don’t work.
Keep your GoPro Cool!
Keep it recording!
Even if the camera doesn't overheat initially, it's crucial to consider the impact of prolonged usage and the potential risk of internal battery swelling due to repeated exposure to higher temperatures.
GoPro Fence Mount

Recording and Streaming

We use a GoPro Hero8 Black or Hero10 Black for our club teams to record the complete game. Recorded on a Lexar 512GB U3 A2 1066x microSD card at 1080P with 60 fps. See GoPro for the recommended sd cards… don’t use the cheap ones, as you won’t like the results.  

After the tournament, I upload the complete game videos to the GoPro cloud using their Subscription service ($50 a year for unlimited cloud storage, and it’s also the camera warranty). I then share the link to each game with all players and parents so they can watch or download the video for their highlight reels. The shared links require no login; therefore, they only have access to what you share with them and no other uploaded videos.

As for streaming the game live, I use my kid’s playing smartphone to broadcast the game live via GameChanger TeamManager. I’m not using my data for this, sorry kids.

I’ve tried other methods and cameras, but getting the GoPro to link to a hotspot and/or streaming service can be troublesome and problematic. Other cameras don’t provide unlimited cloud service either. 

My philosophy is that the recorded video is the gold standard and what I use for recruiting videos. The live-streaming video, although excellent for parents not attending, is secondary.

  • With some of our products moving to Amazon Prime, we have matched the prices on our webstore and now offer Free Domestic Shipping on orders over $40 and reduced International shipping rates.
  • Items that are available for Backorder will normally ship within a few days of placing the order.  These items haven’t been updated on the store inventory or are ready for quick assembly and shipping. 
  • Anker Power Banks need “Trickle Charging Mode” to work with our cooling fans.  At this time, there are no other known power bank issues. See our recommendations here.
  • What is IP65? Read more here.
  • The USB Speed Controller sold with our variable fans is NOT waterproof

About Us

Based in Gilbert, AZ, our family-operated small business is deeply rooted in our passion for softball, with our three daughters playing year-round. To address the issue of overheating devices during game recordings, we have developed an innovative action camera cooling system that stands out. Our coolers have proven useful in a variety of industries beyond sports. From aviation flight schools and military contractors testing rocket engines, to 4×4 off-roaders looking to capture video without worrying about camera overheating.

Roy, also known affectionately as “ElRoy” among certain circles of players. His journey intertwines sports and videography seamlessly. Growing up, his father diligently captured every sporting event using various cameras, starting from the over-the-shoulder models to the slightly lighter camcorders of the ’90s.

Roy himself boasts several state gold medals for his prowess in the 300 hurdles and the 4×100 relay. However, his journey wasn’t without its twists. In 1993, he clinched gold in the 110 high hurdles at the state track meet in Nebraska. Yet, his triumph was short-lived as he faced the setback of having to rerun the race due to improperly set hurdles. This incident marked the first time in state history that such a situation had occurred. Ironically, the kid who stumbled over the first row of lower-set hurdles, placing last initially, emerged victorious in the rerun and Roy secured second place.

Following a back injury that dashed his dreams of college football, Roy briefly pursued track and field in college before realizing he needed a job to pay for his true passion: aviation. Driven by his love for flying, he embarked on a career path that led him to become a Captain for a Major Airline. Yet, his interests extend far beyond the cockpit. In his free time, Roy indulges in hobbies like hunting, woodworking, and tinkering with designs. His creative flair and hands-on approach make him a go-to person for inquiries or assistance. And just a friendly reminder: that custom license plate? Definitely not his idea!

Stephanie, affectionately known as the Team Nurse, is always ready to assist with any player bumps or bruises on the field or off. She can easily be identified by the hefty 50-pound medical bag and the meticulously packed wagon containing everything that might or might not be required for the tournament. Stephanie is a Nursing Professor at a local college.

Specializing in additive manufacturing, particularly Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) or 3D printing, we create 3D objects by adding layers of material. Our FDM printers use a thermoplastic filament to melt and extrude layers for precise construction based on computer designs. In addition to our camera cooling system, we provide custom FDM services for clients seeking manufacturing solutions or design assistance. Furthermore, we offer laser engraving services for various materials, including metals, plastics, gun parts, and the popular 40 ounce tumbler.

Catch us at the softball fields in the Phoenix area on weekends. We look forward to connecting with you and sharing our innovative solutions.

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