“Take me out to the ballgame. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cra——oh fuck watch out for that drone!”
GoPro’s official refurb eBay store is consistently the best place to score deep discounts on the popular action cams, but this is the first time we’ve seen them post last generation’s flagship.
Despite its tiny size, the GoPro HERO5 Session includes 4K recording and voice commands just like its bigger sibling (though obviously, it lacks a touchscreen), and you can get it with a bonus $45 Amazon gift card today. That’s basically like getting the camera for $255, which is a tremendous price for a 4K-compatible…
GoPro’s new flying camera system, Karma, looks surprisingly awesome. It’s not your average quadcopter, thanks to a clever folding design and a removable stabilizer you can use on its own. But is it enough to dethrone the best-selling DJI Phantom 4? That totally depends on who’s flying it.
Every time a kid sends a Hot Wheels car hurdling down a twisty track, in the back of their mind they’re imagining what it would be like to be at the wheel of that tiny vehicle. With a GoPro Hero4 Session strapped to the roof, this video, featuring eight different track sections cleverly edited together, is as close as…
It just sounds so good. Nothing else really matters about this car. It handles marvelously, yes, but the sound, holy hell the sound. And it’s not just the sound at wide-open-throttle, it’s the sound at any RPM from gug-gug to BWAAAAA. It’s beautiful.
On Friday, GoPro released its figures for the first quarter of 2016, and they show that the company had a rough start to the year. As a result, the company has also announced that a delay in releasing its Drone, the Karma, until this winter.
Thousands of hours of footage were recorded on GoPros this year. Most of that was tedious documentation of your kid’s bunny slope ski runs and closes up of your ugly mug mouthing “is this thing on?” But then there were a few clips that remind us, hey, human beings can pull of some pretty insane stunts.
This has to be the strangest video I have seen for a long time. After acting out a ghoul attack during free fall, this dude in a army outfit, carrying what appears to be an M-16, has a major chute malfunction sending him into a spin. It may be bizzare, but it is some intense footage.
Patrik Sandell’s last-lap move to try and pass Scott Speed for second place at Red Bull GRC Barbados may not have quite gone to plan, but if nothing else, it made for some compelling theater. Lucky for us, Patrik’s car was equipped with a GoPro at the perfect angle to catch what happened...
Update: Sold Out
A maybe fake video of a GoPro tumbling off of a drone and landing on the main dance floor at Burning Man has emerged. It is now a perfect testament to what makes those three things—GoPros, drones, Burning Man—so annoying.