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TOP 3 GoPro Accessories to Improve Your Videos

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TOP 3 GoPro Accessories to Improve Your Videos

Want better videos? Of course, we all do! These 3 must have GoPro accessories (2018) are the best accessories to instantly improve your videos. No gimmicks- these ones work.

Thanks for using these links if you are interested in buying any of these amazing products. Note: Prices shown are estimates for your convenience and are constantly changing.

GIMBAL/STABILIZER
GoPro Karma Grip ($299 US) on Amazon


For a splashproof gimbal, check out: New Feiyu G6 Splashproof Gimbal ($229 US)


POLARIZER FILTER
PolarPro Polarizing Filter (Hero 6 Black, Hero 5 Black and Hero 2018)

Sandmarc Polarizer Filter on Amazon
For Hero 6 and Hero 5 Black ($30 US) -temporarily unavailable


For Hero 4/3+ Black and Silver ($40 US with ND Filters)

PORTABLE LIGHTING
LumeCube on LumeCube's website
(Single Cube $80 / Two Lume Cubes $150 / GoPro Kit with 2 Lights $180)


LumeCubes on Amazon
Single Cube
Two Cubes


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For the HERO7 BLACK:
How To Use The GoPro HERO 7 BLACK:

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For the HERO5 SESSION:
How To Use The GoPro HERO5 SESSION is available at

For The HERO4 Cameras:
How To Use The GoPro HERO4 BLACK is available at
How To Use The GoPro HERO4 SILVER is available at


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Top 5 Must Have GoPro Accessories 2017 | GoPro and Video Editing Tutorial - Part 3

REUPLOADED — Here we go for part 3! …… Todays episode is all about my most used accessories… — SHOW MORE FOR MORE INFO ON PRODUCTS—

Here is a list of the accessories featured in this episode, and the GoPro I have:

#. My GoPro (Hero 5 Black) -

1. Smacase GoPro Case -

2. Camkix 2 in 1 clamp (time lapses) -

3. GoPro 3 way Mount -

4. Zhiyun Z1 Evolution Gimbal -
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Future topics I will be covering are:

// What are my optimum GoPro settings for Photo and Video
// How do I edit my videos with GoPro footage
// How you can edit your videos whether you use iMovie, After Effects, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve
// There will probably be more I just can’t think of them all right now :)

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So if you own a GoPro, are thinking about a getting a GoPro, or generally want some insight into how I achieve my videos, then follow along in my mini series all about GoPros and Editing your video.
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How to GoPro like a pro - getting epic MTB video

Links to everything in the Video and more

I would estimate that more than half of all mountain bikers own some sort of action camera, with which they hope to share their experiences with. These cameras can be used not only for first person footage, but also for filming others. Since action cameras are small, durable, and have wide angle lenses, they’re ideal for capturing anything in your immediate vicinity.

It’s widely known that mounting an action camera on your helmet will give you the most stable footage. Your head acts as a stabilizer and makes the footage more watchable. With the right angle, you can get part of your front wheel and handlebars in the picture as a frame of reference. Action cameras like GoPro can feel super heavy on your head though, so I recommend using one of these frames paired with a lens protector.

While the helmet is probably the easiest and most stable mounting spot, the chest is the most immersive. By putting the viewer behind the handlebars, the video becomes a little more captivating. The problem with chest mounts though is that they’re ridiculously uncomfortable and make you sweat profusely. Mess up the angle, and you'll get a nice shot of your top tube for the duration of your ride. So a chest mount is something I would only use temporarily, but not all day long.

Mounting an action camera to your bike is the most comfortable option, and works great as a secondary angle. Although mounting a forward facing camera to your handlebars looks terrible, I find that it actually works great facing backwards. I wouldn’t want to watch a whole video like this, but it’s an interesting angle for short clips.

Get one of these seat rail adapters, and you can get a rear view or capture your friends. The video is surprisingly stable and watchable, especially on a full suspension bike, so lately I’ve been getting a second angle this way with my Hero 3 Silver.

These are angles that you can get with any action camera, but if you want to take things a step further you can add a stabilizer. These will usually be referred to as wearable gimbals. Typically wearable gimbals come in single, double, and triple axis variations, with each axis improving the video and increasing the cost. Here’s my Feiyu WG-Lite, which is a single axis gimbal that costs well below $100. It’s very well built, and actually has an awesome carrying case which I use for all my other stuff. The problem is that a single axis gimbal doesn’t make that big of a difference when worn on the rider. On the helmet it provides a slight improvement, but on the chest I don’t think it improves anything at all. On the seat rails, the results are noticeably better, so I’ll be using this method in future videos.

If you’re okay with dropping about $300, you can get a triple axis wearable gimbal. You’ll need to be okay with also putting this investment at risk out on the trails. I can tell you from experience though that this is a risk with fruitful rewards. Just look at how the footage looks mounted to your helmet. Of course, it’s insanely uncomfortable to ride like this for long periods of time. Mounting the gimbal on your chest is a little more tolerable, and gives an awesome point of view.

I think one of the greatest benefits of a triple axis gimbal is the footage you can get of other riders. Following someone with helmet-mounted gimbal can make your footage look like it was shot with a drone. You can also just hold it and use it like a normal camera. My Z1 Rider-M comes with a really useful handle that I use for almost every video. With a little practice you can get epic shots, even on foot. Combined with a high end GoPro, you’ll be spending around $700, but the results speak for themselves.

I also want to show you one other option, just because it’s so cool. Domingo has a handheld gimbal camera made by DJI called the OSMO. It uses a built in 4K camera, and a really solid smartphone mount. Here’s Domingo running behind me with his. At a hair over $500, this is a great option for a compact camera to film action sports with. The only downsides are poor battery life and terrible sound quality. Here’s what it sounds like with the built in mic. Of course, you can get extra batteries, and connect an external mic to solve these issues, and even after buying those extras you just can’t get footage like this for any cheaper.

Stabilizer Gimbal:

3 Ways to Stabilize Shaky GoPro or Travel Videos

Have shaky footages ever frustrated you when you tried to make an awesome travel video or outdoor sports video? Today we’ll introduce 3 ways to stabilize shaky footages so you can create professional looking videos.

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No. 1 Gimbal stabilizer

Other than a quality camera, there’re a growing number of hardware accessories you can try. When you shoot videos with a cell phone or GoPro while you’re walking or panning, shaky footages are inevitable. In this case, a gimbal stabilizer can minimize the shakiness. In addition, some top cameras come with stabilization mode, so remember to check and turn it on if yours has it.

No. 2 With Filmora Video Editor

With Filmora action cam mode, fixing shaky footages is as easy as 1 click. If you haven’t got it yet, click and download a free trial of Filmora.

Then, open it and select Action Cam Tool. In this simple interface, you can import your footages to Filmora, and select Fix. Then, simply check Stabilization and drag to adjust the intensity level. You can also view the effect in preview window on the right and determine the proper adjust level. Note that in stabilization mode, your footage will be cropped a little bit, and cropped area will expand as you increase the intensity level.
Now, let’s see how stabilization in Filmora makes a difference.


No.3 With Youtube Video Editor
If you’re a youtuber, you can stabilize the video on your Youtube as well. Just upload your video to Youtube, and in Creator studio, choose video manger and select to edit your video. In the playback page, select enhancement. In this basic online editor, you can simply check Stabilize, and it will fix your shakiness right away. However, Youtube video editor does not allow you to adjust intensity level and it will compress your outcome video to some degree, so your Youtube video may not be in the same quality before you upload it.

Alright, so these are 3 simple ways to stabilize your shaky video, if you’d like easy yet powerful stabilization feature along with stunning video effects, just visit and download Filmora free trial. Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe for more interesting tips and tricks about video making.
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Underwater GoPro Filmmaking Tips EVERYONE NEEDS!

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Here are a handful of tips that I give to new underwater filmmakers. While I don't work as a full time UW cameraman now, I did start as an underwater camera guru in 1997. Since then, I became a marine biologist and later went into UW filmmaking and even later terrestrial storytelling. This type of filmmaking isn't rocket science, and while things get more difficult with the more complicated rigs, there are some things that never change.

I really feel that these are basic techniques that everyone that shoots video underwater with even a GoPro or higher should be doing. In this case, I won't be getting into the technical aspects of lights, giant dome ports, etc. JUST basics. In fact, if everyone that shot with us could at least get these things down, we'd end up with great footage.

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3 Quick Adjustments to Make your GoPro Videos Look Amazing - Final Cut Pro X

3 Quick Adjustments to Make your GoPro Videos Look Amazing - Final Cut Pro X

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In this video, we'll take a look at three quick adjustments you can make to your GoPro video clips in Final Cut Pro to make the footage look exponentially better. Step one is removing the Fish Eye look of GoPro cameras using the Alex 4D Wide Angle Fix plugin. Step two is levelling out the horizon, using the same plugin. And in step three we'll learn to add a basic color correction to make your videos look amazing.

We'll also take a look at the best settings for your new GoPro to get the best looking video.

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All the GoPro Mounts You EVER Need

In this video I look at a massive kit of GoPro mounts and talk about why kits like this are a good way to get started.
Kits to check out:
This kit:


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My Gear

Main Camera - Nikon D7100:
Main Lens - Nikon 18-200mm:
B-Roll Lens - Sigma 10-20mm:

Top down Camera - Nikon D3200:
Top down Lens - Nikon 18-70mm:

Audio Recorder - Zoom H6:
Lav Mic - Sennheiser G3:
Shotgun Mic - Rode NTG 1:
Voice over mic -Audio Technica AT2020:

Computers:
Laptop - MIS GS70 Gost:
Desktop - Custom Built Processor - i7 4790 K, Ram - 32GB Corsair HyperX, Boot - 2X Crucial M5 256GB SSD in Raid 0, Mass Storage - 6 X Seagate 3TB HDD in Raid 1 + 2X WD 6TB HDD in Raid 1, Graphics - GTX 780, Monitors - 2X 27 Samsung don't know the model, Case - Corsair 600T. Find all components here:

Editing software - Adobe Creative Cloud

GoPro Tips & Tricks

The channel GoPro Tips and Tricks is filled with useful, money and frustration saving tips as well as some tricks to make sure you get all you can out of your GoPro. Make sure you subscribe to be notified about new videos. If you have enjoyed the video make sure to like / thumbs up the video and like GoPro Tips on facebook for the latest updates. If you have any question or comments please leave them below or tweet me and I will get right back to you. If there are mounts, unboxing, reviews that you would like to see please let me know and I will do all I can to make it happen.

GoPro Tips and Tricks is not affiliated with GoPro. GOPRO, HERO, the GOPRO logo, and the GoPro Be a Hero logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.

Creating an Amazing GoPro Shot: A Photoshop Tutorial and Workflow

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Films are in reality a compilation of images that tell a story. I feel strongly that you need to learn to create amazing images at the start of your filmmaking career. If you've mastered the features of Photoshop and composing images, then I think you are primed and ready to make more elaborate films. That's why I'm spending time on this tutorial discussing the processing of some of our action shots.
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This photo is a still image from a GoPro Hero4 that I shot on the lake teaching my son to wakeboard. This image was post processed in Photoshop to help bring everything into proper exposure. To get that perfect exposure though, I needed to use some masking techniques.

The masking of an image is possible in Lightroom, but I prefer to do most of these more advanced photo edits in Photoshop.

The first step in this edit was to use the camera raw filter. From there, I exposed for August and myself. Then, I duplicated the layers and created a sky and water layer. Both of these I manipulated to make them stand out, and masked out everything else in the image. The end result, was pretty stunning and represented better what we were seeing on the water (I think).

Don't forget to follow both Jonas and I on our Instagrams. We like to give some behind-the-scenes views of what we're working on! We'll also spend some time discussing more photo techniques in the coming months.

If you want 52 Things to start on right now to improve your filmmaking and photography - we have videos on them all here:

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Main DSLR :
Second Camera :
Main Lens -
The Adventure Camera Bag :
The Macro Lens -
Telephoto Lens -
Our Mega Wide Lens -
Our BEST On-camera Mic -
The Drone -
My Moving Timelapse setup -
GoPro HERO 7 -
Our Filmmaking Book!!! -
Our Music:
The full video setup:
(By buying through these links you help us support the channel)

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Jonas and I are creating a whole series of how-to-filmmaking videos to get you started. Here is the first video: and our book:

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Official GoPro Accessories vs 3rd Party Accessories

I thought it would be fun to take a look at and compare official GoPro accessories against similar 3rd party and generic accessories. For this comparison we decide to compare the 3-way grip and the jaws clamp. GoPro vs Sublimeware.

GoPro Jaws Clamp:
GoPro 3-Way:

Sublimeware Jaws Clamp:

The quality of the official GoPro mounts is far superior and one can justify the extra cost associated. The material and build is of a higher quality. These 3rd party and generic mounts do the job but if your want a good quality mount that will last you a very long time stick with GoPro official accessories.

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My 2019 Minimalist GoPro/Camera Travel Kit

Here is my 2019 minimalist GoPro travel and adventuring photography kit. There are those times when you need to travel light and can only bring essential gear for filming. After all, when traveling and adventuring who wants to lug around tonnes of gear. When on holidays I want to enjoy the moment and keep thing simple. For the most part when traveling this is the gear I Pack in my camera bag or should I say case as I only travel with the GoPro Casey and only what will fit inside. Watch as I go over all the gear I take when traveling light. This is all the camera gear I take on holidays.

Osmo Pocket (DJI Website)
Osmo Pocket (Amazon)

Osmo Pocket Mount:
Osmo Pocket Wireless Base:
Osmo Pocket Scroll Wheel:

Osmo Pocket ND Filters (USA)
Osmo Pocket ND Filters (CAN)

GoPro Casey (USA)
GoPro Casey (CAN)

GoPro Hero 7 Black (USA)
GoPro Hero 7 Black (CAN)

Insta360 One X (USA)
Insta360 One X (CAN)

Osmo Pocket ND Filters (USA)
Osmo Pocket ND Filters (CAN)

FeiyuTech Charging Handle (USA)
FeiyuTech Charging Handle (CAN)

Extension Pole (USA)
Extension Pole (CAN)

Tripod (USA)
Tripod (CAN)

GoPro Battery Charger (USA)
GoPro Battery Charger (CAN)

GoPro Mount Adapter (USA)
GoPro Mount Adapter (CAN)

Micro SD Memory (USA)
Micro SD Memory (CAN)

PolarPro Snorkle Filter (USA)
PolarPro Snorkle Filter (CAN)

Hydrophobic Lens Protector (USA)
Hydrophobic Lens Protector (CAN)

GoPro Floating Hand Grip (USA)
GoPro Floating Hand Grip (CAN)

Apple Lightning SD Card Reader (USA)
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BEST settings for MAXIMUM quality ► GoPro Basics 101

Subscribe HERE: & Instagram: In this episode of GoPro basics 101 I'll be showing you the best settings, the best possible modes for maximum quality with your gopro camera. If you have a GoPro Hero 4 or 5 you're in for a treat with the 4K 30 fps capabilities! But also which mode to choose when doing (ultra) slow motion! Put it short, the ultimate guide for the beginner or newbie to GoPro stuff!

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The BEST GoPro Accessories We Use

The BEST GoPro Hero Action Camera Mounts And Accessories We Use

Over the past few years we have incorporated GoPro's more and more into our video workflow. They take on the behind the scenes look or my first person shooter angle on top of my cameras.

People always ask what accessories and mounts do you use with your GoPro's. This video is meant to show you what we think are the BEST accessories for our use and maybe they would be the best for you as well.

One of my favorite accessories is the one that allows me to attach the GoPro right to my hot shoe mount. It allows for the GoPro to be as low profile as possible while sitting in my hot shoe.

What are some accessories you like using with your action cameras? Please leave a comment below.

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GoPro Hero 7 Black Tips and Tricks

Here is a collection of tips and tricks to help new users get the most out of their GoPro Hero 7 Black. This Hero 7 Black tips video includes both settings and physical attributes that are important for every new GoPro owner to know.

GoPro SuperSuit:
GoPro Power Bank:
PolarPro ND Filters:

My Filming Gear
GoPro Hero 7 Black:
DJI Mavic 2 Pro:
DJI Mavic Air:
LowPro BackPack:
Insta360 One X:

All my YouTube videos are filmed on an iPhone 8 Plus and edited on an iPad Pro in LumaFusion. I am a minimalist/mobile YouTube creator. I like to keep things simple.

My Editing Gear
12.9 iPad Pro 2018:
Apple Pencil 2:
Apple Card Reader (USB-C):
WD Wireless Passport Pro SSD:

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BEST Editing Software for GoPro Video

In this video I look at GoPro Quik for desktop. This is an quick easy to use program that lets you edit GoPro footage with just a few simple clicks while giving you a lot of control over the final video.

Download GoPro Quik:

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My Gear

Main Camera - Nikon D7100:
Main Lens - Nikon 18-200mm:
B-Roll Lens - Sigma 10-20mm:

Top down Camera - Nikon D3200:
Top down Lens - Nikon 18-70mm:

Audio Recorder - Zoom H6:
Lav Mic - Sennheiser G3:
Shotgun Mic - Rode NTG 1:
Voice over mic -Audio Technica AT2020:

Computers:
Laptop - MIS GS70 Gost:
Desktop - Custom Built Processor - i7 4790 K, Ram - 32GB Corsair HyperX, Boot - 2X Crucial M5 256GB SSD in Raid 0, Mass Storage - 6 X Seagate 3TB HDD in Raid 1 + 2X WD 6TB HDD in Raid 1, Graphics - GTX 780, Monitors - 2X 27 Samsung don't know the model, Case - Corsair 600T. Find all components here:

Editing software - Adobe Creative Cloud

GoPro Tips & Tricks

The channel GoPro Tips and Tricks is filled with useful, money and frustration saving tips as well as some tricks to make sure you get all you can out of your GoPro. Make sure you subscribe to be notified about new videos. If you have enjoyed the video make sure to like / thumbs up the video and like GoPro Tips on facebook for the latest updates. If you have any question or comments please leave them below or tweet me and I will get right back to you. If there are mounts, unboxing, reviews that you would like to see please let me know and I will do all I can to make it happen.

GoPro Tips and Tricks is not affiliated with GoPro. GOPRO, HERO, the GOPRO logo, and the GoPro Be a Hero logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.

Must Have GoPro Accessories | Must Buys For the New GoPro Owner

In this video I talk about the must have accessories for the new GoPro Owner. I go thought thing to look at for different shooting situation and cheep alternatives.

Links
GoPro Case Buyers Guide:
DIY GoPro Cases:
Buy GoPro Cases:

GoPro Tripod Mount:

GoPro Battery Test:

GoPro Pole:

GoPro Chest Mount:

GoPro Dummy Mount:
GoPro Bobber:

GoPro Suction cup Mount:

3-axis Gimbal:




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My Gear

Main Camera - Nikon D7100:
Main Lens - Nikon 18-200mm:
B-Roll Lens - Sigma 10-20mm:

Top down Camera - Nikon D3200:
Top down Lens - Nikon 18-70mm:

Audio Recorder - Zoom H6:
Lav Mic - Sennheiser G3:
Shotgun Mic - Rode NTG 1:
Voice over mic -Audio Technica AT2020:

Computers:
Laptop - MIS GS70 Gost:
Desktop - Custom Built Processor - i7 4790 K, Ram - 32GB Corsair HyperX, Boot - 2X Crucial M5 256GB SSD in Raid 0, Mass Storage - 6 X Seagate 3TB HDD in Raid 1 + 2X WD 6TB HDD in Raid 1, Graphics - GTX 780, Monitors - 2X 27 Samsung don't know the model, Case - Corsair 600T. Find all components here:

Editing software - Adobe Creative Cloud

GoPro Tips & Tricks

The channel GoPro Tips and Tricks is filled with useful, money and frustration saving tips as well as some tricks to make sure you get all you can out of your GoPro. Make sure you subscribe to be notified about new videos. If you have enjoyed the video make sure to like / thumbs up the video and like GoPro Tips on facebook for the latest updates. If you have any question or comments please leave them below or tweet me and I will get right back to you. If there are mounts, unboxing, reviews that you would like to see please let me know and I will do all I can to make it happen.

GoPro Tips and Tricks is not affiliated with GoPro. GOPRO, HERO, the GOPRO logo, and the GoPro Be a Hero logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.
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GoPro Field Guide: Understanding Video Modes on HERO4

Athlete: Lakey Peterson
Topics: Video Modes
Vertical: Surfing

In this episode of the GoPro Field Guide, it's all about video modes! Join us as we paddle out with Lakey Peterson as she teaches us some of the best practices for creating immersive and engaging GoPro content while surfing.

As always, happy capturing!

You might see examples of extreme use in this video. Please take appropriate precautions to ensure your own safety, the safety of those around you, and to protect your GoPro camera.

Hiking With a GoPro | Gear + Storytelling

Learn how to get the most out of your GoPro when hiking or going on adventures. In this video I walk through some things to keep in mind when taking your GoPro on adventures to tell the story of your trip.

The Gear
Cheap Pole:
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Main Camera - Nikon D7100:
Main Lens - Nikon 18-200mm:
B-Roll Lens - Sigma 10-20mm:

Top down Camera - Nikon D3200:
Top down Lens - Nikon 18-70mm:

Audio Recorder - Zoom H6:
Lav Mic - Sennheiser G3:
Shotgun Mic - Rode NTG 1:
Voice over mic -Audio Technica AT2020:

Computers:
Laptop - MIS GS70 Gost:
Desktop - Custom Built Processor - i7 4790 K, Ram - 32GB Corsair HyperX, Boot - 2X Crucial M5 256GB SSD in Raid 0, Mass Storage - 6 X Seagate 3TB HDD in Raid 1 + 2X WD 6TB HDD in Raid 1, Graphics - GTX 780, Monitors - 2X 27 Samsung don't know the model, Case - Corsair 600T. Find all components here:

Editing software - Adobe Creative Cloud

GoPro Tips & Tricks

The channel GoPro Tips and Tricks is filled with useful, money and frustration saving tips as well as some tricks to make sure you get all you can out of your GoPro. Make sure you subscribe to be notified about new videos. If you have enjoyed the video make sure to like / thumbs up the video and like GoPro Tips on facebook for the latest updates. If you have any question or comments please leave them below or tweet me and I will get right back to you. If there are mounts, unboxing, reviews that you would like to see please let me know and I will do all I can to make it happen.

GoPro Tips and Tricks is not affiliated with GoPro. GOPRO, HERO, the GOPRO logo, and the GoPro Be a Hero logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.

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Cheap vs Genuine GoPro Accessories

In this GoPro Tips and Tricks video I talk about some of the this to think about when buying a GoPro accessory. We talk about the differences between cheap accessories and premium ones.

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The channel GoPro Tips and Tricks is filled with useful, money and frustration saving tips as well as some tricks to make sure you get all you can out of your GoPro. Make sure you subscribe to be notified about new videos. If you have enjoyed the video make sure to like / thumbs up the video and like GoPro Tips on facebook for the latest updates. If you have any question or comments please leave them below or tweet me and I will get right back to you. If there are mounts, unboxing, reviews that you would like to see please let me know and I will do all I can to make it happen.

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Best GoPro Hero 7 Settings in 2019 for Great Video

The best Gopro Hero 7 settings for 2019 to make your videos look amazing and cinematic! I'll show you the settings I use on my gopro hero 7 black to get the best quality video out of my action camera!

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