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  • GoPro Hero3 Camera WINS Award

    We're huge fans of GoPro cameras...nice to see that the awesomeness has been recognised by Diver Magazine too!

    GoPro Hero3 Wins "Best Newcomer Of The Year Award" From DIVER Magazine

    Britain's number one diving magazine "DIVER" has voted the GoPro Hero3 as the "Best Newcomer Of The Year"!

    This category was hotly contested but the GoPro came out on top by popular demand. The fantastic award was presented at the London International Dive Show and GoPro UK Brand Manager Rhys Jones had this to say,

    “GoPro cameras have always been popular in the Dive scene, and the addition of the flat lens to the new GoPro Hero3 camera has taken us to the next level. To receive this award is great news for GoPro as it vindicates all the hard work we have put in to make such a great product. It’s really pleasing to see how many of our cameras are being enjoyed by divers and the style and convenience of the Hero3 means we are seeing such amazing footage that other cameras can’t compete with. A big thanks to everyone at DIVER magazine for this award and a huge thank you to all the GoPro customers, we appreciate your support and we love to see the amazing things you have captured on your GoPro cameras”

    It's no wonder the Hero3 has won this award; It's 30% smaller, 25% lighter and 2x more powerful than its predecessors. Wearable and gear mountable, waterproof to 197' (60m), capable of capturing ultra-wide 1440p 48fps, 1080p 60 fps and 720p 120 fps video and 12MP photos at a rate of 30 photos per second. It is the World's most versatile camera!

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  • Kelly Slater joins the Go Pro team!

    We're excited about the news Kelly Slater has joined the Go Pro team! Seriously looking forward to checking out the footage he films (and pretending we can do better!!).

    c/o Go Pro: GoPro, maker of the world’s most versatile cameras and producer of some of today’s most engaging content, is excited to welcome 11 time Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Champion, Kelly Slater, to its team of athletes.

    “I’m stoked. I’ve had a lot of fun with the GoPro camera and in just the few sessions I’ve had so far with it, I’ve gotten more images than I have in a long time,” said Kelly Slater.

    Slater has dominated the sport for two decades, becoming both the youngest (at age 20), and the oldest (at age 39) surfer to win the ASP title. He joins GoPro’s team of surf athletes that include Mark Healey, Alana Blanchard, Sunny Garcia, Jamie Sterling, Kelia Moniz, Harley Ingleby, Monyca Byrne Wickey, Hughes Oyarzabel, Anthony Walsh, Kalani Chapman and Chuck Patterson.

    “Working with Kelly takes me back to why I started GoPro,” says GoPro’s Founder and CEO, Nicholas Woodman. “We began as a wrist camera for surfing company with a vision to help the average surfer capture photos that made him or her look like a pro…like Kelly Slater. Now GoPro is helping Kelly, himself, capture and share his own experience with fans around the world and it’s blowing my mind. I guess this whole GoPro thing is kind of working out…”

    In addition to competing on the ASP world tour, Kelly spends much of his time traveling the globe in search of the best surf. Photos and videos captured by Kelly during his travels will be broadcast on The GoPro Network at, GoPro’s Facebook page and on GoPro’s YouTube Channel.

    Check out his 'welcome to the team' You Tube video from this link :

    Fancy trying to trump Slaters pics & vids? Grab yourself a Go Pro camera from us - we stock the full range, including Go Pro HD Hero 2 (the latest one in crazy crystal clear quality HD) and all the accessories too, including the Go Pro Dive Housing (just released)! CLICK HERE to check our stock.

  • Hawaii surfer reunited with GO PRO camera after a year!

    A Hawaiian surfer is reunited with a lost Go Pro camera after a YEAR! Dennis Curry lost the Go Pro action camera (which he had borrowed from a friend) a year ago while surfing when a strong wave took it out, along with his watch that also broke off. He later found the watch in a reef, but had written off ever finding the camera.

    A year down the line Army Chaplain Don Eubank was returning from a night dive and noticed the case of the Go Pro washed up on South Shore of Oahu. Amazingly, despite being under water for such a length of time, the camera still worked and Eubank discovered 51 video clips of a mystery guy surfing.

    He posted a screenshot of the guy in the clips on Craigslist and was contacted by Robin Bond Jr, wanting to help with the search to find the mystery surfer in the videos. With an extensive friend list of surfers on Facebook, Bond posted a plea out on his profile and within hours the photo had been matched up to Dennis Curry.

    Reunited with the camera he never expected to see again, Curry vows to use a leash and floatation device (Go Pro Floaty Back Door) next time he takes out the camera for a surf!

    Click the link below to see the Hawaii News bulletin for the full story......... awesome

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