There are a number of GoPro poles on the market and whether one is following a friend through the park or self capturing face shots on a powder day having one of these products is a great way to get away from the tired helmet cam viewpoint. The Goscope Pole has a number of features that make it one of the most essential GoPro accessories on the market.
GoScope Pole Review
Here are a few of our favorite features :
The Boost Plus is a three-section, telescoping pole made of an aluminum-magnesium alloy with rubber grips. It feels sturdy. I believe it would take a fairly hard fall directly on the Boost to break or bend it. It comes with two removable accessories, a leash, and GoPro remote cradle.
Mounting the GoScope Pole to a GoPro
The most interesting feature of this product is its dual GoPro mounts. By mounting one GoPro on top of the Boost and another on the bottom you can double your field of view, shoot the same thing at different frame rates, or shoot forward and backward at the same time. At a collapsed length of 17.5 inches, it fits easily into a backpack and extends to any length up to 40 inches. The rubber grip and leash will keep it in your hand even when you wipe out.
GoScope Pole in Action
There are a lot of GoPro accessories on the market and some are better than others. The GoScope Pole ($19.99) is simple, useful, and sturdy. Its features are well thought out and practical. It works in snow, and saltwater, which makes it great for all kinds of action sports, but with the ability to shoot with two GoPros at the same time, it opens the door to other exciting creative possibilities.
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