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GoPro announces HEROcast

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GoPro announces HEROcast

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GoPro announces HEROcast which makes GoPro streaming

The HeroCast a joint development between Vislink and GoPro is a tiny transmitter that allows off-road cameras to broadcast live video recordings. It’s built for professional live broadcasting of GoPro HD footage and works with Any receivers.

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Gopro herocast

The new GoPro streaming solution can be powered off a GoPro battery for minimum weight or through an external power source. The HEROcast has the advantage of consuming very little energy and be especially fully integrated ecosystem GoPro: you can slip it into a BacPac, the protective shell designed by GoPro.

The HEROcast is already part of the equipment used in ice hockey competitions or during the X Games, the festival of extreme sports world famous.

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HEROCast    $7,500

Optimized for bodily attachment and attractive POV shots.

  • Separate units for versatile mounting and easy accessibility
  • The wireless transmitter HD COFDM smallest and lightest on the market
  • H.264 encoding complies with current industry standards for a HD picture quality with low latency
  • Wireless solution with low power consumption for professional presenters
  • Connects via [supplied] HDMI cable
  • Easily attached to GoPro mounts including Chesty and more

HEROCast BacPac    $7,500

The all in one solution for immersive movies online.

  • Connects directly to the camera to create an easily fixable integrated unit
  • Solid design, waterproof (IP67) for use in hostile environments
  • The wireless transmitter HD COFDM smallest and lightest on the market
  • H.264 encoding complies with current industry standards for a HD picture quality with low latency
  • Wireless solution with low power consumption for professional presenters
  • Mounts to walls, cars, and other larger surfaces
  • Camera, transmitter, housing, and BacPac in one convenient unit

Photographs via Gopro

More information on the GoPro website.

For more information about HEROCast, please visit www.gopro.com/broadcast.

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