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GoPro HD HERO2 Outdoor

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Overall 8

GoPro HD Hero2 Outdoor Edition

PC Magazine
15 June 2012
  • Conclusion: The GoPro HD Hero2 is a rugged HD video camera that can take a beating and go deep underwater. It includes a number of different mounting tools so that you can affix it to a helmet, skateboard, or anything else you can imagine.
  • Pros: Inexpensive. Rugged construction. Good quality video. Compact. Waterproof to 197 feet.
  • Cons: Limited battery life. Archaic control system. Fixed focal length lens. No GPS.
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GoPro HD HERO2 Outdoor Edition POV Camera Review

The Gadgeteer
18 May 2012
  • Excerpt: I’ve reviewed the Drift HD and the Swann Freestyle HD action cameras (see related links), and while I haven’t been able to give you any extreme sports footage, hopefully the reviews have been useful to those considering a POV camera.  The GoPro range of POV cameras have become the de facto standard by which most other cameras of this genre have been measured.
  • Pros: Small and flexible, Lots of options for video and still resolution, Clear and bright pictures, Good low light sensitivity (given the size of the sensor), Lots of accessories from both GoPro and third party vendors, Good user forum support
  • Cons: No tripod mount on camera or casing, More expensive than other offerings., No viewfinder supplied as standard making it a bit hit and miss framing your pictures or video
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Overall 8

GoPro HD Hero2: Outdoor Edition review

TechRadar UK
23 July 2012
  • Summary: A high-quality tough camera that likes a challenge
  • Pros: Light and compact, Great still images, Versatile video modes
  • Cons: LCD screen is an optional extra, Some accessories poorly built, Case liable to fogging
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Overall 9

Helm-Kamera HD Hero 2 von GoPro im Test

14 February 2012
  • Summary: Während der Ausübung von Sportarten wie Surfen, Skifahren, Mountain-Biking oder Moto Cross lässt sich ein handelsüblicher Camcorder kaum sinnvoll bedienen – und wäre danach wahrscheinlich auch noch kaputt. Mit der HD Hero 2 liefert GoPro genau für diese extremen Einsatzzweck eine interessante Alternative. Wir haben das Gerät beim Skifahren getestet.
  • Pros: Gutes Sichtfeld bei Aufnahme im Modus mit 1280 mal 960p und bis zu 50fps, optimale Halterungsklips für Helme im Lieferumfang, sehr gute Bildqualität bei Videos, zahlreiche Erweiterungsoptionen
  • Cons: keine Bildstabilisation, LCD-Display nur optional, zur Aufnahme von Fotos nur bedingt geeignet
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