Precision piloting + pure adrenaline provided by 2x GoPro Million Dollar Challenge awards recipient Jan Verhaeren (@verjanfpv), alongside BASE jumpers Denis Gogol
(@denysgogol), Andy Lewis (@sketchyandylewis), Ivana Horečná (@ivuskah_), @e_rach69, + Katie Dainson (@180_katie_) in Moab, Utah. 🪂
“I was determined this year to get out and enjoy time with friends and capture everything awesome I could… Rather than force it or rush any time with friends, I just went out to have fun and was fortunate enough to capture a challenge-worthy shot.” – Jan Verhaeren
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Alexis Roland 11 year old snowboard prodigy goes to Camp at Mt. Hood in Oregon. Alexis rolls with the new Drift HD helmet camera. Look forward to a full edit coming soon. Additional footage provided by www.Firsttracksproductions.com
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.