GoPro Remo

Dec 1, 2016

Category: Tech

We’ve all had those moments where you’ve tried to capture a shot, but in the course of doing so you either ruin it, or maybe even the camera itself. GoPro’s Remo is a voice-activated remote designed to make capturing action shots easier and more intuitive.

This add-on is essentially a small voice-activated shutter button that you can clip or strap to your wrist, helmet, or clothes. Whether you’re strapping a camera to your dogs, your own bike, or your kid’s bike – as long as you are within 33 feet of the camera you can use 13 different voice commands to capture burst photos, video, stills, and more. More of an open water adventurer? Not to worry, this is also designed to be waterproof for up to 33 feet. All things said this is a great gift for the adventurer looking to free up their hands a bit without compromising on getting great images and video of their exploits. Prices are set at $80. [Purchase]

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