If you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary run-of-the-mill GoPro stick, here are some that offer something more.
Some GoPro models give you the option to choose between high, medium, and low levels of sharpening. Here are some examples to help demystify what these different settings do.
That distinctive fisheye look isn’t always what you want. Here’s how to remove it from GoPro videos with the free GoPro Studio app.
GoPro photos have that distinctive fisheye look. But that might not be what you want all the time. Here’s an effective and quick way to remove the fisheye look using Lightroom.
The NiteCore UGP3 can charge two GoPro HERO3/3+ batteries directly and a third indirectly. It also has an LCD screen and integrated USB cable.
If you’re wondering why your GoPro is breaking your videos up into smaller segments, it’s not an error and you’re not doing anything wrong. It’s normal–here’s why.
If you’re trying to decide between the new GoPro HERO4 Silver or its predecessor, the GoPro HERO3+ Silver, here’s how they compare.
If you need to run your GoPro with external power or to access the memory card easily, a minimalist frame might be just what you need.
GoPro Hero 3 and Hero 3+ cameras have a lot going for them. But battery life isn’t one of them. Here are two good options for spare batteries and AC and car chargers so you can keep your GoPro powered up and shooting that great footage.
Not every memory card will work well in the GoPro HERO3 and HERO3+ Black editions. They need ones with fast write speeds. Here are some recommendations.
Review of the Fotodiox Pro WonderPana Go H3+ Standard Kit for adding a polarizer or neutral density filter to a GoPro HERO 3+.
A polarizing filter on a GoPro Hero 3 can reduce glare and saturate colors. They work especially well above water, with snow, or with bright sunshine.