i rarely post post here due to the anger generated by pre-pubescent kids dropping their "knowledge", but i REALLY think folks have to stop posting gopro vids of their sesh in 1-2' dribblers. you can share that crap on the youtube, show mom and dad how kool you are, but unless you are dropping into a real wave, no one wants to see it. everyone knows how cool you are b/c you have a waterproof cam, but you still cant surf for ****. i'd rather watch your drive to the beach than your "domination" of 1' waves. please, just think about what you are posting (action-wise) before you post it... that is all, signing off. G.
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Thread: GoPro... getting annoying.
GoPro... getting annoying.
Aug 21, 2011, 03:07 PM #2Junior Member
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you just gave me a great idea...you'll be able to purchase in stores soon...thank you. I'm rich, biotch!
Aug 22, 2011, 02:10 AM #5
Aug 22, 2011, 02:13 PM #6
take one backcountry snow boarding. Like deep in the woods, so sick! Just remember to turn it off in the lift line....
I would like to wear the helmet mount to make some DIY porn. Oh yeah.
Aug 22, 2011, 05:01 PM #7
I agree, it seemed like all of a sudden, everyone purchased a GoPro and mounted them to everything! I have an idea, mount one to a shark and toss him in the line up, now that would be some good video!
Aug 21, 2011, 04:30 PM #8
Aug 21, 2011, 04:42 PM #9Member
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I dont think gopro's are really worth it, unless you are getting barreled. Watching someone turn on a gopro isn't that exciting, but watching them get completely covered up is pretty cool.
Aug 21, 2011, 05:39 PM #10
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yeah, unless you are in OBX in the fall ona decent swell, go pros are lame to have mounted... The footage is usually still really bad.... If you use a go pro, do yourself a favor and just have a friend swim around on the inside and take photos of you as you approach on the wave... Also if they sit on a shoulder, the perspective from above the wave, looking down at the bottom turn makes the waves look 3x bigger than it really is.... So either use it in the flats, on a shoulder with a friend, or take that sh** to INDO.... there is no reason to have one board mounted unless you are going shack hunting... and yes, if need to be much larger than 2 feet obviously.