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Camera Mounted Inside Fireworks Captures Head-Spinning Video

Matt Roach thought it would be a great idea to mount a camera inside a girandola — a spinning fireworks wheel — launched at the 2014 Pyrotechnics Guild International Convention in Mason City, Iowa, and sent us the video. And a great idea it is, indeed.


GoPro Finally Has A Dedicated Dog Mount

GoPros and dogs have always been a wonderful combination, but now the company has decided it’s smart business too. The company has just launched the Fetch mount, which allows you to comfortably fasten two cameras to your canine pal.


Someone Boiled Their GoPro To Film An Egg Being Poached

People use GoPros to film all sorts of stuff, from swimming manta rays to swimming races off Alcatraz. You could watch footage of people doing extreme water-based activities captured via GoPro every day for the rest of your life, and there would still be so much GoPro footage of people doing extreme water-based activities left unviewed in the world.


Swimming Manta Rays Look Like Sci-Fi Underwater Space Ships

Manta rays are just amazingly cool. This GoPro footage of a school of giant oceanic manta rays off the coast of Maui proves that in mesmerising detail.


GoPro Footage Shows How Land Diving Is Way Scarier Than Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping seems like a much safer alternative when you’re comparing it to the ancient tradition of land diving (or nagol). National Geographic shows how villagers in the South Pacific jump off a rickety 100-foot tower toward the ground with only vines attached to their ankles. Crazy.


Swimming From Alcatraz To Shore With A GoPro On My Head

On July 20, I rode in a cab from my apartment to San Francisco’s Aquatic Park; struggled into a wetsuit; took a ferry to Alcatraz; jumped off the boat into the Bay; and swam the 2.4km back to shore. I also wore a GoPro on my head for good measure. Here’s what it was like.


Tape A GoPro To A Car's Tyre, Watch The Video, Instantly Vomit

GoPro’s miniature action cameras are pretty good at capturing fast motion, with great rolling shutter control and the ability to record at fast frame rates, but there are some things they just can’t deal with. One of those things is being taped to a car’s tyre and flung around at 70 kilometres per hour.


Chopping Down A Super-Tall Tree In Brisbane Looks Like A Lot Of Fun

Video: It probably requires a lot of planning, a lot of strategic rope placement and a lot of brass balls, but once you’re all the way up there and everything is set, chopping down a tree with a chainsaw looks like crazy amounts of fun. This GoPro footage from the chainsaw’s perspective proves that.


This Aussie Gadget Lets Your GoPro See In The Dark

Just because the sun has set doesn’t mean your action-packed antics are over for the day. So an Aussie company called Knog has created the Qudos, a high-intensity camera light that sits next to your GoPro, and other popular action cams, pumping out up to 400 lumens of brightness so you don’t miss a single wipeout, even in the dark.


Experience Tour De France Mayhem First-Hand From New On-Bike Cameras

If you’ve been watching the Tour de France you know that it’s been one of the more brutal tours in recent years, with intense weather conditions and terrible crashes that have led to several top contenders abandoning the tour already. It’s also the first year that riders are allowed to put cameras on their bikes — so viewers can access the firsthand perspective for the very first time.


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