GOPRO 3D HERO SYSTEM 2014

Reference : 3DHS

This GOPRO 3D HERO SYSTEM case allows you to combine two HD HERO2 or HD HERO Original cameras (sold separately) in a single case to get videos of your exploits in 3D.

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Description

  • Status
    • New
  • Warranty
    • 1 year
  • Type
    • Unisexe
  • Year
    • 2014

GOPRO 3D HERO SYSTEM 2014

This GOPRO 3D HERO SYSTEM case allows you to combine two HD HERO2 or HD HERO Original cameras (sold separately) in a single case to get videos of your exploits in 3D.
You simply connect the two cameras using the sync cable that plugs into the rear ports to capture synchronized 2D videos. You can then convert them into immersive 3D films thanks to the GoPro Studio software (free download at gopro.com).
With the GOPRO 3D HERO SYSTEM you go into the new dimension of the action film!

TECHNICAL INFO :

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- Enables synchronized capturing of videos and photos
- The synchronized 2D videos can be converted into 3D thanks to the free video editing software GoPro Studio

Kit contents:
- 3D HERO housing system
- Standard rear support
- Skeleton rear support / perforated
- 3D HERO Sync cable
- 3 Pairs of 3D anaglyph glasses
- Frontal fastening for helmet
- 2 curved adhesive fasteners
- 2 flat adhesive fasteners
- Supplied with fastening material
- GoPro Software Studio available for free download

THE BRAND

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The idea of the GoPro began in 2001 when its inventor, Nick Woodman, a young unemployed Californian youngster, wants to take the stage in the passion that he enjoys, the surf. A shockproof camera, straps to attach it to the head or body, the first prototypes coming out of the workshop of Nick Woodman. Later in 2005, he created Woodman Labs and begins to market for the first time his cameras. The fans of extreme sports make it their own by posting their videos on video sharing sites. In October 2012, Woodman Labs (which has already sold 3 million of GoPro cameras in the world since 2009) launches the third generation of its HD Hero camera. The latter is more compact, directly integrating a Wi-Fi controller and proposing to record videos up to a definition of 4K. These cameras have all kinds of accessories to attach a little everywhere. The GoPro HD Hero is the first publicly GoPro known shooting in high definition (1080p)