GoPro mount for Galileo helps the beginner capture pro-level videos
Shooting a video with a GoPro camera is something that adrenaline junkies as well as video enthusiasts love to do, especially when they happen to be in a position that does not happen every single day – such as skydiving or bungee jumping. Having said that, you might not come out from the experience with a decent looking video due to your lack of video shooting skills, but what if there was something out there, an accessory perhaps, which might just help you out in this matter? Enter the GoPro mount for Galileo that will enable even beginners to be able to create pro-level pan/tilt video in a fun, easy, and cost-effective manner. Go ahead and use it to create sweeping pan movements, or perhaps even towering tilts as you take advantage of the wide field of view and advanced image sensor in your GoPro Hero.
When it works in tandem with the app-controlled Galileo, you would then end up with precise control over the speed as well as direction of the GoPro’s movement. Jasper Eisenberg, Director of Product Management at Motrr, shared, “GoPro Hero and iPhone cameras are so good we use them for 95% of our photo and video projects. Capturing professional pan and tilt time-lapse videos used to require expensive and bulky equipment. Now, with GoPro and Galileo you can easily create 4K video with smooth, programmable movements that won’t break the bank.”
GoPro’s high quality photography and video, when it works in partnership with the Galileo’s robotic rotation, would result in an engaging, professional looking, 360˚ panning time-lapse video without having to break a sweat. It is extremely intuitive to use, where all that you need to do is to place the GoPro into Galileo, select your GoPro’s recording mode, set Galileo’s motion from your iOS device, and voila – hitting the record button would get the job done in double quick time.
Expect the Motrr Galileo Bluetooth model to retail for $149.95, while the GoPro mount which is compatible with the Hero3, Hero3+ and Hero4 can be pre-ordered for $29.95 each.