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Hello, This is a very low end action cam. This means plastic construction, less features and less picture quality. The more expensive ones record at much higher quality and have much better lens'. This is defiantly good enough for your daughter but you will have to purchase accessory's to allow recording when surfing. … see more Hello, This is a very low end action cam. This means plastic construction, less features and less picture quality. The more expensive ones record at much higher quality and have much better lens'. This is defiantly good enough for your daughter but you will have to purchase accessory's to allow recording when surfing. The more expensive ones are usually for people who are professionals and this is a necessity for their job. Hope this helped. see less Hello, This is a very low end action cam. This means plastic construction, less features and less picture quality. The more expensive ones record at much higher quality and have much better lens'. This is defiantly good enough for your daughter but you will have to purchase accessory's to allow recording when surfing. The more expensive ones are usually for people who are professionals and this is a necessity for their job. Hope this helped.
Robert T. Plevin
· 14 December 2014
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It would be obsolete. Manufacturer would replace it within 12 months if it fails, otherwise though. In 2-3 years time when the battery will probably be limited, there will be plenty more improved options on the market. Tech only has a 2-3 year life span in most cases. £100 for a 1080p durable camera is a decent price. … see more It would be obsolete. Manufacturer would replace it within 12 months if it fails, otherwise though. In 2-3 years time when the battery will probably be limited, there will be plenty more improved options on the market. Tech only has a 2-3 year life span in most cases. £100 for a 1080p durable camera is a decent price. If you want to be able to replace the batteries, trade up to the Hero3+ Silver for £200. see less It would be obsolete. Manufacturer would replace it within 12 months if it fails, otherwise though. In 2-3 years time when the battery will probably be limited, there will be plenty more improved options on the market. Tech only has a 2-3 year life span in most cases. £100 for a 1080p durable camera is a decent price. If you want to be able to replace the batteries, trade up to the Hero3+ Silver for £200.
shutuplegs
· 15 October 2014
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Yes you can record time lapse, video, pictures etc. with it plugged into the mains. It lasts well on the battery which is rechargable but not replacable. I hope this helps!
Ben
· 15 January 2016
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All GoPro's are fantastic underwater! A few downsides with this model though is that it doesn't have a way to see what you're filming, you just have to guess.
Robert T. Plevin
· 19 September 2015
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Yes but you made need a tripod adapter depending on if it was made for the gopro or not.
Luke Stafford Lacey
· 12 November 2014
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I recently purchased four Gopro Hero camera's for business use. The video quality is excellent and the camera is reasonably easy to use. However, the battery on the basic Hero model is non-replaceable. And there lies the problem. One of my four Gopro Hero camera batteries has already failed (on its first outing) and wi… see more I recently purchased four Gopro Hero camera's for business use. The video quality is excellent and the camera is reasonably easy to use. However, the battery on the basic Hero model is non-replaceable. And there lies the problem. One of my four Gopro Hero camera batteries has already failed (on its first outing) and will not now accept a charge. I will therefore need to send it for warranty repairs. My advice...spend more money and go for one that facilitates battery replacement. see less I recently purchased four Gopro Hero camera's for business use. The video quality is excellent and the camera is reasonably easy to use. However, the battery on the basic Hero model is non-replaceable. And there lies the problem. One of my four Gopro Hero camera batteries has already failed (on its first outing) and will not now accept a charge. I will therefore need to send it for warranty repairs. My advice...spend more money and go for one that facilitates battery replacement.
Mr Q.
· 26 May 2015
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This GoPro comes with a 'Curved Adhesive Mount' and 'Flat Adhesive Mount' that the 'Quick Release Buckle' mounts to. Both adhesive mounts will work with helmets, where on the helmet depends on if you use the curved or flat option.
G. ROWE
· 07 December 2014
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Yes it is waterproof and has time lapse every half a second.
M. Anderson
· 04 March 2016
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Just bought one. The longest I've tried it for is about 1:30. I'm told it should last about 2.5hrs.
C. Withers
· 07 December 2014