Go 3D with the new GoPro Dual HERO System

Comments by Jens Heig/

How we make snowboarding videos has progressed tremendously in the past several years and GoPro has been at the forefront of the revolution. The technology is incredible, but perhaps more impressive is how the cameras have made filming snowboard filming accessible to literally anyone. But GoPro is stepping up the game.

That shit is now in 3D.

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The GoPro Dual HERO System places two HERO3+ Black Edition cameras adjacent to one other in a single holding case, dramatically expanding the capabilities of your camera.

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3D cameras may seem like high tech, but the image capture process is actually pretty basic. By placing two cameras directly next to one another it mimics what we would see with our eyes, and the three-dimensional effect occurs after the two videos are overlaid on top of one another using the free GoPro Studio software.

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But if you are not ready to trip out while watching your 3D park run, no worries. One camera can be used for video and the second can be set to take bursts of still images rendering screenshots obsolete. When setup in the case, you only need one interface to control each camera making for less headache and more riding while you’re on the mountain.

The GoProDual HERO System starts at $199.99 with a 30 day money back guarantee, so now you can go 3D worry free.