Hot Wheels Zoom In GoPro Car

Jun 11, 2018

Category: Gear

There’s not much you can buy for a dollar these days, and what you can buy for a buck typically isn’t that great. Hot Wheels gives us a rare exception, unveiling their new, limited edition Zoom In car that’s GoPro compatible.

If you ever wondered what it would be like to shrink yourself and ride on a Hot Wheels track in one of their amazing toy cars, this was made for you. The Zoom In car has a mount that comfortably fits a GoPro Hero Session or GoPro Hero 5 Session camera. Now, imagine all the insane first-person view HD footage you can capture on those crazy, swirling Hot Wheels tracks with this nifty little toy. And, for those that want to get a little fancy, you can even use the Zoom In car as a chase car/follow cam and capture some next level footage. This is definitely the cheapest GoPro accessory on the market, but it might be the most fun.

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