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Hi,be careful who you purchase it from, the one i purchased from an amazon seller had no serial number on! so i returned it and bought direct from gopro. no serial number meant no updates or warranty from gopro. and gopro considered it a fake.
28 May 2014 by mr s
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I've used mine on a suction mount inside the w/screen and it is superb. DOF perfect clarity beyond reproach. Just waiting for handlebar mount on my motorbike.
2 Jul 2014 by Mervyn Hadlow
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Yes, its all part of the package. You wont be disappointed if you buy one. The quality is excellent and Amazon are a good seller and a bit cheaper than GoPro direct.
13 Mar 2014 by Geoffrey J. Hodgson
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So far i didnt have a problem, so i think they fixed the problem already... i read in reviews few months ago about this issue and there was like a serie of gopro starting with some kind of serial number and they all had this problem... so i waited few months read again some reviews where people were saing that they dont have this problems anymore and than i got mine... so long version short... i think it is fixed now and my camera works 100%
2 Aug 2014 by Machac
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Still for sale on the Go pro website..... so no idea why! Can only assume that it's about to be updated
18 Aug 2014 by R J Lippett The BiG Advert Co Ltd
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The GoPro comes with its own rechargeable battery and charger. I don't know about the Wasabi being better, but the GoPro battery seems to last for ages, plenty of time for filling the card with video/photos. If you are going to use the GoPro for longer periods then perhaps a second fully charged battery would come in useful, but in my experience so far, the GoPro's own battery could not be bettered. Another thing to mention is that I use my GoPro (Black edition) mainly with my Phantom 2 quadcopter and when the GoPro is connected to the quad it uses the quad's own battery power, thus saving the GoPro's own battery. However, if you wish to use the GoPro with sport I suggest you try the camera first before you spend any more money on another battery.
21 May 2014 by A. Roberton
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nope, its free
27 Aug 2014 by Alex
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Yes this is the real deal. Full GoPro Hero3+ package. Full UK spec with Wi-Fi remote, 2 quick release buckles, 2 adhesive mounts and 3 way pivot arm. You get the waterproof casing and an extra back cover with vents when not using camera under water. You also get a battery and USB cables for charging the camera and one for the remote. The only extra you will need to buy to get going is a micro SD card. You can even use the mount that is part of the packaging as a table top mount. )You just need to remove it carefully with a craft knife by slicing through the foam mounts which attach it to the box lid :)
19 Jul 2014 by Mikey Gannon
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Yes it is possible on a bike and there is xtra equipment, like protective, transparent covers to buy. You will love it :-)
7 Jul 2014 by Bjorn Hogman
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I used mine, mounted on the roof of my friends car at night. We drove both in the country and on the motor way and the footage was great. The camera deals with low light and high contrasts well and as far as I know light (of any kind) wont damage the camera.
18 Jul 2014 by Nick
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