GoPro Hero 4 will also come with a 13-megapixel photosensor and a completely new lens for shooting in dark.
I myself hope that in addition in-camera rectilinear video is possible (rather than afterwards conversion only) + RAW in photo mode. One of the coolest parts of accessorizing your GoPro is the endless amount of options out there.
Flow Mow has recently released there handy dandy time lapse mount for go pro and it      will also even support a DSLR. DIY GoPro Mounting OptionsBy taking one strap off the otherwise relatively-useless-for-biking headband mount you can turn the headband mount into a nice mount for use with full-face helmets.
Narwhal CamThis next mount is so cool and potentially so maiming that I thought it deserved its own section.
Since they came onto the market in 2004 GoPro’s products have set the standard for wearable video cameras. Don’t forget that in addition to standard video, you can use your GoPro to capture still photos and time-lapse video.
It can be tempting to want to capture all of the beauty that you encounter on a hike to the exclusion of your fellow hikers, but remember that having a person in the frame can make your video much more engaging for the average viewer. Whatever you use your GoPro for, keep these tips in mind to create quality, memorable footage.
Multi-Exposure and HDR WDR tone mapping, electronic image stabilization, also improved MCTF.
Action Cameras of GoPro have become extremely popular as an excellent way to capture high-quality video at high speeds relative to the price that usually is $340.
I also find it hard to believe that GoPro would specify which SoC it is using in a consumer press release.
Reasonable price and don’t need a special housing for it, has anti-shake, light and can cheaply replace a scratched lens. You can clamp it on anything to get that one shot you really want but aren’t sure how to mount the camera.


No more messing around with egg timers or trying to build one and have one that just doesn’t work quite right. It’s a very cool accessory for the hero platform but it sucks the life out of the battery. Not long after their inception, hikers and backpackers caught on to GoPro as a great way to document their ventures into nature. Unless you’re making a DIY horror movie, it’s good to have steady, clear footage, and the way to achieve that is to find an ideal mount for your camera. If you’ll be mounting it on your body, take a quick jaunt on terrain similar to what you’ll be hiking and see what you get. One idea is to take ‘follow video.’ The super-wide angle of the GoPro lense will allow you to get right behind a fellow hiker for great dynamic footage of both the person and the scenery.
While the time-lapse function is great for speeding up long processes, it can also be used as an auto function for still photography. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Disclosure: PR is sponsored by companies and affiliate partners that display various advertising banners and links (see our Privacy Policy). It's made of wide, stretchy webbing with sliding strap adjusters to accommodate anyone from petite to sasquatch-sized. You have to know what setting to use what angles to use to get the best footage plus you have to figure out how to mount the camera to capture the time lapse footage. Some backpackers find that helmet mounts are a little too shaky for documenting their hikes, and instead opt for a chest mount. It’s never a bad idea to take a little test footage on a few different mounts and from a few different angles to see what works best. What about using time-lapse to show longer processes, like setting up camp or building a fire? That way I don’t have to carry multiple things and everything is right there when I need it.


Time lapse can also be a cool effect when used to show the way terrain changes over the course of a hike, for instance the way deciduous trees give way to evergreens as you increase in altitude. Now you can get cool overhead footage of the campsite, or impossible-looking footage of your group from beyond an epic bluff.
GoPro Hero cameras are amazing because they have a waterproof housing with a flat lens for shooting under water (up to 60m). It also helps when leaving or going to the next place to film that I don’t forget anything.
Maybe we could make one that is remote control with a wireless connection to a laptop so we can watch in real time but rotate the camera on que.
Mount your camera, set it to time-lapse, and act like there’s something amazing to be seen behind it for a couple minutes. Built-in Wi-Fi module, USB & HDMI – the only thing that brings it closer to homeliness. Bent the grip side end of the pole to match the curve of my helmet, and screwed it into my helmet with some hose clamp type mounts.
Being able to use the screen on my phone to set up and see the angles the camera is shooting is awesome. Increasing the diameter of the camera end of the pole with duct tape, I used GoPro's handlebar mount with the cam hanging upside down, facing back. Finally, added an L bracket off the back of my helmet to add a counterweight- in this case I used two Princeton Tec bike light batteries. But we're biking, not basket-weaving.Swiveling 360 cam and follow camHere's another mount that is incredibly original.



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