These GoPro cameras are really handy, versatile, easy to use, and most of all, extremely fun! These were used to make all the videos seen on the "Pics, Videos, and Events" page. GoPro has a much more in-depth website with all the accessories, mounts, cameras, and some really great videos as well. You can click here to visit GoPro's official website then click "Store" at the top to view the GoPro accessories and mounts. We offer all the accessories and mounts, plus some tips, tricks and advice! Below is a quick explanation of the cameras' differences.


All Three Models:

Waterproof to 197'

Take videos in several different resolutions

Take still pictures

Burst picture mode (3 pics\sec, 10 pics\sec, etc)

Time lapse mode (take a pic every .5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30, 60 second intervals) 

Extremely durable housing

Come with free software to edit your clips

Easy three-button use

Can be mounted Anywhere

Built-in Wi-Fi allowing control with the Remote

or your smartphone's GoPro App


 Camera Differences

 White Edition 

  

 Silver Edition 

  

 Black Edition 

 Resolution

 Frames Per Second

View Angle 

  

Resolution 

 Frames Per Second

View Angle  

  

 Resolution

 Frames Per Second

View Angle  

          

4000p

12

Ultra Wide

          

2700p

30,25,24

Ultra Wide

          

1440p

48,30,25,24

Ultra Wide

1080p

30,25

Medium

  

1080p

30,25,24  

Ultra Wide, Med, Narrow

  

1080p

 60,50,48,30,25,24

Ultra Wide, Med, Narrow

960p

30,25

Ultra Wide

  

960p

48,30,25

Ultra Wide

  

960p

 100,48 

Ultra Wide

720p

60,50,30,25

Ultra Wide

  

720p

60,50,30,25

Ultra Wide

  

720p

 120,100,60,50

Ultra Wide, Med, Narrow

WGA

60 

Ultra Wide

  

WVGA

120

Ultra Wide

  

WVGA

 240

Ultra Wide

             

 Resolution is the videos clarity\sharpness. Increased resolution is especially important when zooming. For example, if you 4X zoom a 1080p resolution video, your resolution is dropped to 270p which is lower resolution than most older bulb-type televisions. Most newer flatscreen televisions are 760p-1080p.

 Increased Frames Per Second is important for slow motion. FPS can also be thought of as number of pictures a video takes per second. For instance, sporting events are filmed around 27-30FPS, but slow motion replays are filmed at 60-100FPS. This helps with the (for lack of a better word) fluid-ness of the video and keeps the subject from jumping as much when the video is slowed down

             
Camera Pictures

5 MP

  Camera Pictures

11, 8, 5 MP

  Camera Pictures

12, 7, 5 MP

Burst Pictures

5MP @ 3FPS

  Burst Pictures

11MP @ 10FPS

  Burst Pictures

12MP @ 30fps

Time Lapse Pictures

.5,1,2,5,10,30,60 sec intervals

  Time Lapse Pictures

.5,1,2,5,10,30,60 sec intervals

  Time Lapse Pictures

.5,1,2,5,10,30,60 sec intervals

             
          

 **Black Edition Comes With Wireless Remote ($79 value)**