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  • Reference: GP3038

    Includes:        2 lenses and seals        Replacement Screws        1 screw driver

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    GoPro GP3033 Hero3 HDMI Cable, Ex Demo

    3 month warranty

    Only compatible with HERO4, HERO3+ and HERO3 cameras.

    Use this Micro HDMI cable to plug your HERO camera into your HDTV and experience incredibly smooth, big screen playback of your GoPro footage.

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  • Reference: GP3065ED

            Provides color correction while capturing footage in green water at depths of 15' to 70' (4.5m to 21.3m)        Ideal for freshwater lakes and reservoirs, or salt water that appears green due to algae        Allows a broader light spectrum to reach the camera sensor for more vibrantly colored footage        Snaps into place...

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    Now £24.23 RRP: £59.99

GoPro is an American brand of high-definition personal cameras, often used in extreme action video photography. They are known for being lightweight, rugged, wearable or mountable in unusual places such as outside planes, cars, boats or army tanks.

The company that develops, manufactures and markets the cameras and equipment is privately owned Woodman Labs based in San Mateo, California.

The company was formed by Nick Woodman. Woodman said he was inspired to start the company following a 2002 Australia surfing trip in which he was hoping to capture quality action photos of his surfing, but could not because amateur photographers could not get close enough, or obtain quality equipment at accessible prices.

His desire for a camera system that could capture the professional angles inspired the 'GoPro' name. The parent company includes financing by several venture capital companies including Steamboat Ventures (affiliated with the Walt Disney Corporation), Riverwood Capital, Sageview Capital, Walden International, and U.S. Venture Partners.

Woodman initially raised money for his company by selling bead and shell belts out of his VW van. Each belt sold for under US$20. While making the belts, he came upon the idea of providing a fashionable strap to attach a camera. At the time most straps were rubber wrist straps that some reviewers found to be awkward, painful, or easily broken.

In 2004, the company sold its first camera system—a 35 mm film version. The cameras evolved, going from 35mm to digital, where it started recording 10-second clips, to 3-megapixel digital cameras, to its current configuration of fixed-lens HD video cameras with a 170-degree angle. Two cameras can now be paired together to create 3D video. The cameras have branched out from the surf crowd to be used for auto racing, skiing, and bicycling as new adapters are created.

Today GoPro HERO3+ Cameras are lighter, smaller, mightier with improved performance.
Capture and share your life’s most meaningful experiences with the HERO3+ Black Edition. 20% smaller and lighter than its best-selling predecessor, it delivers improved image quality and powerful new features geared for versatility and convenience. SuperView™ is a new video mode that captures the world’s most immersive wide angle perspective, while Auto Low Light mode intelligently adjusts frame rate for stunning low-light performance. Combined with 30% longer battery life, 4x faster Wi-Fi, a sharper lens and compatibility with all GoPro mounts and accessories, the HERO3+ Black Edition is the most advanced GoPro yet.