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SLOPES for GoPro – The World’s First Polyhedron Stand

Editor's Rating
4.7/5?

SLOPES is the world’s first polyhedron stand for GoPro Hero cameras (3/3+/4). Thanks to its 3-in-1 slot and polyhedron bottom, SLOPES provides 20 different ways to position GoPro camera with unrivaled positioning speed: Select a supporting surface according to the marked angle, insert your GoPro into a slot and you are all set! All you need to do is to plug and place, which could be finished in 2 seconds. SLOPES is ultra slim. You can use it almost everywhere should there be a small piece of platform. The whole world would be your tripod! SLOPES can also provide ultra-low viewpoint. Without housing, it avoids issues like low quality audio recording, lens glare and overheating. If you have two GoPro, you can utilize the SLOPES’ side joint to form a dual GoPro 3D System. SLOPES can also benefit the post-composition: two pictures shot with the same bottom surface could be composited perfectly due to the same view angle. SLOPES – The stand understands GoPro better.

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Editor's Rating:
4.7
Compatible :
Gopro Hero 3/3+/4
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