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GoPro Helmet Hero Wide (2010)

GoPro Helmet Hero Wide (2010)

You’re supposed to mount a helmet camera to your dome to catch point-of-view footage of you shredding two feet of blower powder. Unfortunately, all I shot this winter was crusty, stale powder.
posted: 07/06/2010
Year 2010
MSRP 190.00
Gender Male
Level N/A

You’re supposed to mount a helmet camera to your dome to catch point-of-view footage of you stomping a big air or shredding two feet of blower powder. Unfortunately, all I shot this winter was crusty, stale powder—so I won’t bore you with the footage. I used Go Pro’s helmet-mounted, wide-angle lens, which shoots five-megapixel still photos and 56 minutes of video. You can watch decent footage shot with a Go Pro here. Its 170-degree wide-angle lens increases the field of vision by over 300 percent from previous Go Pro helmet cams. And it weighs just 4.7 ounces. The only negatives: the batteries run out pretty quickly in the cold (bring spare AAAs), and since there’s no digital screen to watch your shots right on the camera, it’s easy to get the wrong angle and shoot slanted down or up. [goprocamera.com] -Megan Michelson

 
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