GoPro HD Hero Review
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Feb 13, 2012  hits 55,582

A lot of different kinds of mounts exist, including flat and curved stickies that you can put on any smooth surface.
A lot of different kinds of mounts exist, including flat and curved stickies that you can put on any smooth surface.

The GoPro HD Hero is perhaps the most popular adventure camera on the market, and is definitely a lot of fun to use. Read my full video review of this camera to find out how it fits into the life of a triathlete.


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  • The GoPro HD Hero: the go-anywhere adventure camera.
  • The camera's simple controls are a bit tough to learn, but you won't find yourself using them too often.
  • An optional LED backscreen can be used to set up and review clips, or removed to save battery life.
  • A lot of different kinds of mounts exist, including flat and curved stickies that you can put on any smooth surface.
  • The articulated arms make it easy to put your camera in position.
  • Clips can be dumped to computer with the on-board USB port.
  • It looks like a submarine window, but that's the HD Hero's lens.

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