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GoPro HD HERO camera: Surf Demo with Gabriel Villaran

Learn about the new GoPro HD HERO® camera at http://gopro.com.

Shot entirely with the GoPro HD Surf HERO camera — While in Puerto Escondido, Gabriel Villaran and his camera man, Luis Mori, demonstrate mounting the GoPro HD camera on their helmet, tail, and waterhousing.

GoPro HD HERO camera: Helmet Highlight Movie

Learn about the new GoPro HD HERO® camera at http://gopro.com.

From the fjord cliffs of Norway to the pristine surf in Oaxaca, Mexico to the slopes of Mt. Hood, GoPro HD HERO Camera records it all… and with impeccable onboard sound.

Shot in 1080p and 960p HD resolution. 1080p is a 16:9 aspect ratio utilizing the 127 degree viewing angle. 960p is a 4:3 aspect ratio utilizing the 170 degree viewing angle. Pick your fancy. Versatility is key in capturing your best HERO moments.

GoPro HD HERO Camera: Kayak Competition – Teva Mountain Games

Learn about the new GoPro HD HERO® camera at http://www.gopro.com.

Hop on board with Sam Sutton, Andrew Holcombe, Nick Troutman, Tao Berman, and Nikki Kelly as they take you down the intense Steep Creek Kayak Competition run!

Music: “Cockleburrs + Hay” – Jared Mees & The Grown Children
www.jaredmeesandthegrownchildren.com

GoPro HD: Las Vegas Grand Finale – Monster Energy Supercross 2011

Shot 100% on the HD HERO® camera from http://GoPro.com.

What happens in Vegas gets recorded on GoPro and seen by millions. Once again, congrats to Ryan Sipes for winning the final shootout at Monster Energy Supercross 2011!

Music
Wallpaper. “#STUPiDFACEDD”
http://thisiswallpaper.com/music/
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GoPro HD HERO camera: Base Jump Movie

Learn about the new GoPro HD HERO® camera at http://gopro.com.

GoPro’s HD Helmet HERO® camera shoots with such clarity you may develop a visceral need to strap on a parachute and follow Neil Amonson off a cliff.

Shot in 960p (1280×960) HD resolution. 960p is a 4:3 aspect ratio, which means you’re going to see 25% more top/bottom viewing area than you do with 16:9 widescreen aspect ratios. Both are killer, but in the case of this base jumping movie, 960p shows more of the cliff as its passing underneath, and more of the scenery above and below. 16:9 would look good, too…just not as immersive.

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