GoPros have made their name by capturing our widest-awake moments and now, these little cameras are going mainstream and popping up in places you'd never expect – The List’s Bradley Hasemeyer is focusing on GoPros’ strangest uses.
The Grammy award statue has evolved since it started in 1958, but this is the first time it's had a camera embedded in it. This innovation gives you a candid view of the winner in their moment of glory. Even with this new tech, the trophy is rooted in tradition -- it's still handmade by Billings Artworks in Ridgeway, Colorado.
2. GoPro in Film
In the recent Need for Speed film, on top of all the state-of-the-art movie cameras, they used 15 GoPro Hero 3s to shoot the adrenaline-pumping film. The film’s cinematographer chose GoPro for its image quality and flexibility in tough conditions.
3. GoPro in the Stratosphere
Felix Baumgartner broke the highest skydiving record back in 2012. Documenting the entire journey, seven GoPro cameras gave us breathtaking views of him plummeting more than 24 miles back down to earth.
That’s three ways GoPro cameras are going rogue.
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