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Go pro buying advice: *Xmas Bingo* #1654358
24/11/2021 11:01
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MrsC has rather rashly offered to buy stepson major a Go Pro, presumably so that we can review his final moments as he careers over a cliff on one of his downhill mountain biking adrenaline overdoses.
However, it turns out our budget is way too puny for a top model.

What would you guys recommend for biking and surfing (snow and sea) at under £300?

Re: Go pro buying advice: *Xmas Bingo* [Re: Jim_Clennell] #1654362
24/11/2021 12:13
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If it helps Jim, when I bought my Hero3+ (yes it was a while ago) I declined to buy their own dear-ish monitor and downloaded their app on my phone instead, which saved a bit of dosh.


BumbleBee back:)
Re: Go pro buying advice: *Xmas Bingo* [Re: Jim_Clennell] #1654367
24/11/2021 13:46
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Thanks! I'll bear that in mind!

Re: Go pro buying advice: *Xmas Bingo* [Re: Jim_Clennell] #1654416
26/11/2021 13:46
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I've found a "hardly used" GoPro Hero 7 with a bunch of accessories for £120. It may not be the very latest model, but as I imagine it will end up getting rapidly and catastrophically disassembled fairly soon, that's probably not a bad thing!
Hope it is as good as it looks in the ad!

Re: Go pro buying advice: *Xmas Bingo* [Re: Jim_Clennell] #1654641
05/12/2021 21:24
05/12/2021 21:24
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Ooh - sorry I’m late to this. I have a Go Pro that will be coming surplus to requirements


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