motorcycle riding cameras is in the house with the GoPro HD Hero2 Camera. GoPro cameras have a history of being a favorite among motorsports professionals, race teams and core enthusiasts. The HD Hero2: Motorsports Edition is the most advanced GoPro camera yet as well as its most versatile as it can be used in all instances whether you want to capture footage of a spirited rip through backcountry roads or you want to capture and study lapping footage to learn how to set a new track record and everything else in between.
The HD Hero2 is waterproof up to to 197 feet(60m), capable of capturing professional full 170º wide angle 1080p video and 11 megapixel photos at a rate of 10 photos per second. One unique feature of the GoPro HD Hero2 Camera, which is very rare in not only cameras, but just about most if not all battery powered electrical devices, is an integrated battery warmer to give your battery longer battery life in colder temperatures. It is also compatible with the Wi-Fi BacPac and Wi-Fi Remote along with GoPro expansion accessories and BacPacs. Additionally the HD Hero2 has a very easy to use LCD interface and LED lights which let you view it from any angle. You can even recharge the battery while recording with a USB cable as well as enable time lapse photography every 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds.
Included are all the mounting necessities you will need when recording your motorsports activities as well as plenty of optional accessories which can be used with the camera for shooting in a variety of other settings. And for those on a road trip or away from home, the Hero2 lets you stream videos through your smartphone, laptop computer, or tablet along with the option of streaming it through your desktop computer if you are near one. Furthermore, there is a Long Range Remote Control for up to 50 GoPro Cameras. According to your HD specifications which you are using, here is a list of the estimated amount of time the Hero2 will be able to record:
•1080p30: 4 hours
•960p30: 6 hours
•720p60: 4 hours
•720p30: 6 hours
•WVGA 120: 4.5 hours
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