GoPro has a shiny new editing app that promises to take the hard work out of turning your adventures into a ready-to-share video - automatically.
We got hands on with QuikStories to see if it really is that simple.
One of the best things about owning a GoPro is you can take it anywhere -- even in the water swimming, diving, surfing, or just paddling around. Of course, losing or dropping it means it's lost to the depths. This trick uses a plastic soda bottle to make a simple, floating mount you won't lose under water.
The GoPro is many people's favourite action camera, and it's easy to understand why. It's versatile, powerful and sturdy. However, you'll probably get over the novelty of taking it on a bike ride or an underwater snorkelling session fairly quickly. Don't waste that money -- there are plenty of other creative ways to get even more out of your GoPro.
Last year, Max Lichtenbaum in Victoria was fined by the police for having a GoPro camera attached to his motorcycle helmet. He took the matter to the Victorian County Court which led to questions around the legality of consumers putting attachments on their helmets. The landmark case has been going back and forth for some time but now motorcyclists and cyclist finally have some clarity over this part of the law.
The GoPro is clearly our favourite action camera, and the humble bulldog clip is one of our favourite lifehacking tools. Together, they're a match made in heaven. One bulldog clip and you have a stable stand, or a mount you can hang the GoPro from.