AER GoPro Foam Dart

Oct 3, 2016

Category: Gear

Goodbye selfie stick. The AER acts as a Vortex for GoPro that enables you to capture incredible aerial footage and photos like never before. Here, they’re pretty much requiring you to chuck your GoPro into the air, out in the open, or high in the sky. You’d be amazed at what you can produce.

The AER basically serves as a protective vessel for either the Hero 3+, 4, or 5. The design allows it to travel at maximum velocity and the foam bumper not only floats the device but protects your tech from inevitable impacts. It doesn’t require any charging or calibration either. Simply pop your GoPro into the designated slot, slide on the wings, and screw it shut. You can also pick up one of AER’s specifically-designed bags to house all the gear as well, including additional room for any superfluous GoPro gear you may have lying around the house. It’s available now on Kickstarter and is slated to retail around $68. [Purchase]

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