GoPro’s Roberta Mancino is fuckin insane, any proof of such insanity can be seen above.
This video that was recently released shows off the nature of the sport we call hockey. The GoPro captures all the profanity, fighting, and commentary from players and refs to get a true taste of what it is like to be on the ice. While this is just a test run for the AHL, I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of this, as technology is only getting better.
As the guys at GoPro ride the success of their new HD Hero 3+ camera, they’ve decided to drop the second installment in their adventure series. This time they enlist the help of riders Aaron Chase, Brian Lopes & Chris Van Dine as the 3 rip up the streets of Valparaiso, Chile. Check out the video above and keep an eye out for these at your local sporting goods stores.
Insane crashes, ridiculous lines, and of a kind tricks; The RedBull Rampage got wild this year. The event took place a little over a week ago in Virgin, Utah, which turned out to be an absolutely perfect place for the event. The video features a direct POV of how nerve-wracking the course was. After being on the edge of my seat watching McGarry’s run, I came to the conclusion that he must be slightly off his rocker for this. Enjoy.
Lookout GoPro, Garmin just entered the HD portable Camera Game with there Virb Action Camera.
Lead designer on the project, Adam Roush helped push this product to market and I must say, he just created the first camera to really take on the GoPro market share. The Virb locks in true 1080P @ 30FPS with additional video modes for slower frame rate (1080p@30fps, 960p@48fps, 720p@30/60fps, 848×480@120fps), full chroma display lets you see what you actually recorded while using low power to keep recording longer, expandable microSD memory card slot, HDMI Out, Digital Stabilization, replaceable 2000 mAh lithium-Ion rechargeable battery, and integrated waterproof housing up to 20 meters; all for $299.
Upgrade to the Virb Elite and you get High-sensitivity GPS, accelerometer and barometric altimeter, WiFi connectivity, and Remote wireless control for $100 more.
AP was the first if not one of the first to fully use GoPro’s new helmet cam. The whole thing is a new experiment being done by the NFL, which rumors have it, may lead to refs eventually wearing the cameras. After watching the video, I now know what it is like to run like the wind. Check out the link above as AP hits gaps and brings some humor into the everyday life of training camp.