GoPro Dual HERO System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Since first stepping onto the scene in the early 2000s, GoPro has dominated the action sports camera sector. Of course you can’t stay top dog without introducing new products, which is exactly why the brand has debuted the GoPro Dual Hero System.

Now you may be asking, why would I need two GoPro cameras? Well for starters, two cameras allows users the ability to capture both video and photos simultaneously, but also lets users record synchronized footage to be converted to 3D (with some help from the free GoPro Studio editing software). Of course seeing that it’s made by GoPro, it should come as no surprise that the tandem housing is completely waterproof up to 60 meters, and even comes with two pairs of 3D glasses to enjoy all your captured moments. [Purchase]

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