GoPole Scenelapse for GoPro Cameras

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It’s been nearly a decade since GoPro first hit the scene, and since then the action camera has become a household device for anyone who loves adventure. Now you can use your trusty GoPro to take timelapse videos using the GoPole Scenelapse.

The market for GoPro accessories is vast, and as the popularity of the action cam continues to grow, so does the accessory sector. Scenelapse is the latest must have add-on for your cam (from the team at GoPole). This rotating device can spin up to 360 degrees in 60 minutes, letting you take seamless timelapse videos of your favorite landscape. Simply attach the the GoPole mount, set the angle and duration, and this bad boy does the rest. The lightweight device weights in at just 3-ounces, and is made from durable plastic to last a lifetime. [Purchase]

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