Good idea, so-so execution
I just received my CamRack, so this review is only preliminary. Also, the CamRack is bike-specific: I'm writing about the model for the OilHead R1200GSA
I've been using a GoPro on my bike for a couple of years using my own mounting system, so I think I know how a mount should work. I also do a lot of work on my bike, including maintenance, repair, and farkle, so I know how a system should fit.
I say this because the CamRack seems like a good device for mounting a GoPro, but the design is a bit off, and (as usual) the instructions are impossible.
The device fits on the front protection bar over the running lights, and it's designed to mount on the same shaft that holds the running light itself. For this, it comes with a substantially longer mounting bolt.
However, the mounting tabs for the CamRack are so wide that they don't properly fit the running light shaft. I had to add 2 washers to make the mount secure. This seems like a major mistake to me; either the mounting tabs should be redesigned or the kit should include spacers.
The worst part of this kit is that the instructions were entirely in German. Wunderlich is not the only company that does this; most part kits from German companies are guilty of the same sin. Sometimes I can get by with the pictures on the instructions, but in the case of the CamRack I had to guess.
Because the CamRack has some design issues, and because I'm fed up with instructions I can't understand, I'm giving it three stars.