Since buying the GoPro HD HERO action cam this summer, I’ve become an addicted fan. This camera has also revitalized my former interest in video editing. The one and only drawback I can possibly think of about the GoPro HD HERO camera, is that it was recently replaced by the twice as impressive GoPro HD HERO2. I got mine today after ordering from Komplett.no. The main reason for my upgrade was the inclusion of the 3.5mm audio jack – it is now possible to connect an external monitor. Mind you, a range of other upgrades are also making the upgrade worth while. See a comparison on the GoPro website: http://gopro.com/product-comparison-hd-hero2-hd-hero-cameras/

It was pitch dark when I got home from work today, so an actual test of the camera’s capabilities – and comparison to the HD HERO (1) – will have to wait a bit. To cater for your curiosity, however, here are some pictures from the unboxing.

The new GoPro HD HERO2

The new GoPro HD HERO2

 

Even the package boost quality

Even the package boost quality

 

The GoPro HD HERO2 camera is out in the open

The GoPro HD HERO2 camera is out in the open

 

I can't wait to do a comparison against the original GoPro HD HERO

I can't wait to do a comparison against the original GoPro HD HERO

 

The battery and the rest of the accessories for the GoPro HD HERO2

The battery and the rest of the accessories for the GoPro HD HERO2

 

As with the GoPro HD HERO, I got the Motorsports bundle

As with the GoPro HD HERO, I got the Motorsports bundle

 

I can't wait to go to bed and study the GoPro HD HERO2 user manual

I can't wait to go to bed and study the GoPro HD HERO2 user manual

 

One of the main reasons for my upgrade - the 3.5mm audio jack

One of the main reasons for my upgrade - the 3.5mm audio jack

 

 

The unboxing of the GoPro HD HERO2 is completed - sweet!

The unboxing of the GoPro HD HERO2 is completed - sweet!

 

  1. Tommy Stokka says:

    Ja, hvorfor er jeg ikke overrasket? 😉