I just came across this amazing GoPro Video shot in a Russian Ski Resort featuring Ken Block and his Ford Rally Car and 100’s of GoPro Video Cameras. There are several shots on corners where you can see 20-30 GoPro Cameras setup. He even has GoPro cameras mounted in trees, ski lift poles and various other places, this is probably the most amount of GoPro Cameras used in a single video (I might be wrong on that one so don’t quote me)
His Car also features over 20 fixed GoPro Cameras and one GoPro mounted on his helmet.
12 megapixels CMOS Sensor, Widescreen Video Capture, HDMI output. up to 1080p60 video resolution, built-in Wi-Fi, 12MP / 30 fps Burst mode for high resolution images and so much more.
The GoPro Hero3 is smaller, lighter, and features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. The Black Edition offers a number of ultra-high-resolution capture modes and high frame rates for standard HD resolutions; burst speeds for still photos has been greatly improved.
The GoPro Hero3 is 25 percent lighter than the previous-generation Hero 2’s camera. It’s also 30 percent smaller. However, all of that reduction manifests in reduced thickness with a new depth of only 20mm. The height and width (42mm by 60mm) are unchanged to maintain compatibility with GoPro’s line of BacPac add-on modules and rear doors for the clear plastic shell.
I will be purchasing a GoPro Hero 3 Black edition before my next Snowboarding trip and I cant wait to carve it up and have my GoPro capturing all the footage to make my friend jealous 😉
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