With the release of GoPro’s pet mounts, we’re bound to see many more dog POV videos, but they’ll be hard pressed to top this epic 36 second video of Walter, a labrador who loves swimming in the sea more than just about anything else.
Red Bull Air Force stunt pilot Hannes Arch knows how to make an entrance, taking off for his daredevil flight through the Austrian Alps from one of its awe-inspiring highways. The flying after he gets off the ground ain’t bad either.
GoPro’s new harness lets you mount up to two of its cameras on dogs – one for POV and one for an overhead view. It’s padded, adjustable and fits dogs from 15 to 120lbs. Best of all, your dog won’t look silly at all wearing it.
…aka the best pizza ad of all time. YouTuber haberdashery12 put a GoPro to the pair of tongs that he uses to remove pizzas and other pies where he works. Pizza chains are going to see a spike in orders in the next couple of weeks.
Video editor Luc Bergeron (aka Zapatou) put together this dizzying montage of 178 of the amazing action clips captured and posted to the GoPro YouTube channel since the start of 2014. Our faves: #031 and #057. Which are yours?
Benji Brand won the GoPro of the World for June with this unreal footage of him riding through long wave after long wave off the coast of Skeleton Bay in Namibia. You can watch the original video here.
While filming Matt Macduff’sBreathe Easy, freestyle mountain biker Aaron Chase tried to take on the open loops in Macduff’s backyard course. He used a couple of GoPros to record his painful attempts and the sweet victory.
Unsatisfied with the videos he’s seen showing how dishwashers work, YouTuber Bito took it upon himself to make a decent one. Ladies and gentlemen, the Internet. This right here is why we fight for net neutrality.
Photographer Nana Trongratanawong captured this amazing GoPro footage as she snorkeled in a Palau lake filled with millions of golden jellyfish. Apparently the stingers on these jellies aren’t powerful enough to harm humans.
The guys from BKM Productions take take us on a ride inside one of their stunt cars as they show off their ability to drive on two wheels. It’s a cool perspective, but we’d be more impressed if one of them got out and changed a tire.
To position himself for the perfect powdery run, snowboarder and adventurer Xavier de la Rue rappeled down a treacherous vertical rock face. Fortunately, he captured it all on his GoPro for us to enjoy.
By rigging six GoPro Hero 3 cameras together with a custom 3D-printed mount, photojournalist Jonas Ginter was able to create this trippy time-lapse clip which stitches image into a spherical panorama. Background info on the rig here.
An add-on for GoPro cameras, Gon’Feel tracks position, speed and other metrics in real time. Its software lets you overlay a synchronized on-screen display showing the captured data in your GoPro recording. More here.
Amazing footage of Alaskan grizzly bears frolicking and enjoying the day. Though one of the bears gets a little too personal with the GoPro. Contrary to the title, we don’t see him chomp down, but we do get a good look at his teeth.
The staff at Tanzania’s Greystoke Mahale safari camp found an orphaned pelican who never learned how to fly. We’re not sure if humans running and flapping their arms helped or if instincts just kicked in, but hey, beak-cam!
A small plastic mount that uses zip ties to secure GoPro cameras. If you can loop a zip-tie around an object, you can secure your GoPro on it. It also has a foam base to fit snugly on curved surfaces. Works with the standard GoPro threaded post.
GoPro went to Africa with “lion whisperer”Kevin Richardson to hang out with and learn more about hyenas and lions. Richardson warns us that our vision of Africa as a continent filled with wild animals is fast becoming a fantasy.
We love a white Christmas as much as the next guy, but there are moments when the dirty snowmelt outside makes us crave warmer climes. Good thing we can dive into this surf vid featuring western Australia’s pristine waters.
GoPro presents a short film featuring BASE jumpers Hayley Ashburn and Marshall Miller as they climb and then parachute from one of the Fisher Towers. Their contrasting views about their hobby make the footage more intense.
Take another look at Ken Block’s ride through a crazy tight obstacle course from the viewpoint of the numerous GoPro cameras on his car and on the course. There are even shots from the unusual vantage point of under the car’s hood.
CBS spoke with GoPro Founder and CEO Nick Woodman, who became a billionaire by selling cameras at a time when most other cameras are losing market share to smartphones, thanks to GoPro’s quality, durability and versatility.
GoPro’s Tyler Johnson used a custom bullet-time rig consisting of 24 HD Hero3 cameras to film his colleague David Kelley breathing fire, then edited the footage together to make this hot and cool video. The song is Fill by Insightful.