HD HERO NAKED
GoPro's HD HERO Naked is the world's highest performance wearable 1080p HD video and still photo camera. Professional quality 1080p / 960p / 720p HD resolutions record at 30 and 60 frames per second (60 fps in 720p). Record up to 2.5 hours on a single charge and up to 9 hours total on a 32GB SD card (not included).
The camera can also shoot automatic 5 megapixel photos at 2/5/10/30 and 60 second intervals during your activity, hands free. Press the shutter button once at the start of your activity and record up to 2.5 hours of poster-print quality photos of you and your friends, living it up.
Included is one mount for attaching the camera to a helmet or other curved surface as well as the quick-release HD housing which protects the camera.
The HD HERO Naked is compatible with all other GoPro HERO camera mounting accessories, so it's very easy to expand the functionality of your camera to suction cup to vehicles, clamp to bike handlebars and seat posts, mount to surfboards, and even be worn on the wrist or chest.
Waterproof to 180' / 60m and protected from rocks and other hazards thanks to its removable polycarbonate housing. Replacement housings and lens kits are available, making repairs or refurbishing your HD HERO camera affordable and convenient. It's a GoPro...go for it.
Camera Connectors & Cables
Power & Battery
Waterproof Camera Housing
Size & Weight
Optional Expansion BacPacs
An innovative expansion port on the back of the camera, the HERO Bus accepts optional Expansion BacPacs to expand the functionality of HD HERO cameras:
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Great tool for work and play
from Heath, TX
About Me Casual User
Comments about GoPro HD HERO NAKED Camera:
My second GoPro......and it's great for accident reconstruction work doing drive throughs at crash scenes.....and of course, it's fun to play with too.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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no memory card
from long island ny
About Me Video Enthusiast
Very disappointed it did not comewith with a memory card wasn't able to use it on our ski trip which is why I got it.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
gopro HD naked
from Bridgeport W.V.
Go pro rocks
I use the camera for a lot of outdoor activities and shooting family videos. Also amazing time lapse photography ability with this camera - as long as u buy extra battery pac
This Camera Rocks - No, Seriously! :)
By Phred Phlintstone
from Atlanta, GA
From day one, this camera has been amazing. I originally bought it for work purposes but I'm finding I use it a lot for personal use as well. Sometimes before I go to work, I set it up on a tripod and take shots out the window every five seconds. It's fun to come home and assemble the images into a video so I can see what went on in my neighborhood while I was at work. It seems like I'm discovering a new, fun way to use this camera every day - LOVE IT!!! :)
Use it for Whitewater kayaking
Great Product Good Online Store
I will be using this for snowboarding, mountain biking, the warrior dash, anything to do with out door activities. Both me and my brother in law bought this for taking footage of each other and the future 3D capability. Get one now!
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The Perfect Tool for Certain Video Tasks
from Seneca, SC
The variety of mounting options for this camera make it the best choice for recording any sort of outdoor activity from the active person's POV. While the angle of view is wider than other small point-and-shoot video cameras (like Flip Ultra HD), the color fringing around the edges is worse. This camera works best in bright light outdoors, getting much grainier in low light. Time lapse shooting records a series of stills that must be assembled (I use Quicktime Pro, and its a 1-step process) to create a video from the stills. The clear case is a bit finicky to manipulate -- it feels like I am going to break it every time I close the thing, but I don't. The two buttons (power and shutter) are used to make changes to the settings, and while simple enough, the display is somewhat cryptic -- requiring you to keep the manual handy while you make adjustments until you learn the codes. The lack of stabilization means that unless you mount the camera to something stable your videos will not look their best unless you apply anti-shake in editing. Compared to the other offerings of this type on the market, I think the Hero HD is a versatile, very useful addition to any videographers collection of cameras. It can be mounted in places other cameras can't, and will give you some extraordinary camera angles that should add excitement and immediacy to your videos. Its also cheap enough to put in harms way without worrying about losing expensive gear.