Go Pro: Experience the moments you’re capturing
Go Pro has been incredibly successful since launching in 2002. It was originally created to capture super close-up, live-action footage of athletes in some of the most exhilarating, previously unreachable moments. As a result, it has become somewhat niched for video documentation of extreme sports and action-adventure videography. But Go Pro is easy to use, delivers high-quality/high-definition footage, and, with increasing popularity, has become more affordable than ever before. With these traits—combined with its unique hands-free usability—Go Pro can and should be used for so much more.
In today’s world, people are completely consumed by the desire to capture and document their experiences. In fact, it sadly seems people are willing to compromise the joy of live experiences in order to get a good video or photo to share on social media. And the most popular device they’re using is their phones. People are viewing life through the screens of the smartphones they’re holding. People are no longer living in the moment—they’re simply capturing the moment with their phones. Phones, phones, everywhere. Phones.
Go Pro is the only camera (for both video and photo) that allows consumers to put down their phones and engage with their experiences. With Go Pro, they can forget they’re filming and live in—and enjoy— the moments they’re trying to capture. Don't just capture life's moments—experience them with Go Pro