GoPros are ubiquitous in the world of action sports and adventure tourism, and their compact design leaves room for some cool accessories. Here are four GoPro add-ons that will take your videography to the next level.
Joby Action Jib Kit
If you’re working with a GoPro, chances are you want an accessory that’s more than a mere selfie stick. The Joby Action Jib puts you a step closer to Hollywood-style cinematography with their angle-adjusting extension pole.
Polar Pro GoPro Filter 3-Pack
The easiest way to improve the quality of your GoPro shots is to purchase a lens or filter accessory. This pack of lenses from Polar Pro has a polarizer, a neutral density filter and a macro lens with 3.8-times magnification.
Feiyu Tech FY-G4 QD 3 Axis Gimbal
The biggest gripe against the GoPro is its lack of smoothness. FeiyuTech offers a high-tech solution that even beginner videographers can master easily. The Axis Gimbal works with a gyroscope to analyze pitch, roll and pan in real time, utilizing a brushless motor to keep the camera stable and pointing straight.
Camkix Chest Mount Harness
As cool as these GoPros are, you kind of look like an idiot with that thing protruding from your head. Camkix’s Chest Mount lets users shoot more stable video that results in a more immersive experience.
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