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12 Best Ways to Mount an Action Camera to Your Body in 2022

Capturing the right angle while focusing on not being injured while grabbing some air is probably the toughest thing about using an action camera. Sure, there are selfie sticks, or simply just holding the camera, but all too often they get in the way more than they help accurately frame that selfie from a third-person perspective.

Wingsuit Footage from Egyptian Pyramids

Insane Footage Shows Wingsuit Flight Up Close to Egyptian Pyramids

In a recent adventurous event put together by the team at the RedBull Air Force, wingsuit pilots Fred Fugen, Mike Swanson, and Vincent Cotte donned a new wingsuit design and challenged themselves by doing fly-bys so close to the Pyramids of Giza that they could almost touch the magnificent Egyptian monuments.

GoPro Hero 10 Versus Hero 9: Should You Upgrade?

I use the GoPro Hero cameras all the time for my video productions, but not for action. I like the tiny Hero’s for moving car shots, street walking, and just general situations where a little camera can be placed in out-of-the-way places to pick up my shot.

GoPro HERO10 Black Review: The Most Significant Refresh in Years

Every year like clockwork, GoPro introduces a new action camera with varying degrees of improvement upon the last. This year we have the HERO10 Black, the company’s second push into 5.3K video recording following the HERO9, but is there enough here to warrant buying the latest and greatest?

GoPro Unveils the Hero9 Black with 5K Video, Hypersmooth 3.0, and More

GoPro has just unveiled its latest action camera: the GoPro Hero9 Black. The updated camera is pretty much improved in every way, with the ability to capture 5K video and 20MP photos, new HyperSmooth 3.0 video stabilization, a front-facing color display, better battery life and more.

Life Before GoPro: Shooting BMX Tricks with a Helmet-Mounted DSLR

French action sports photographer Hadrien Picard recently got in touch to share an old project he thought we might enjoy. We'll call it: life before there was GoPro—and it's the story of how Picard shot some unique (back then) BMX trick photos using a helmet-mounted DSLR.