The Go Pro HD HERO2 Underwater Photography Kit from B&H consists of a GoPro HD HERO2 Surf Edition digital camera, an Ikelite Pro-V8 LED Video Light, an Ikelite Tray with Dual Release Handles, GoPro Anti-Fog Inserts, and a GoPro Tripod Mount.
The HD HERO2 camera is equipped with an 11MP CMOS sensor for great images, even in low-light conditions. Capture full HD 1080p video at 30fps, as well as 5, 8 or 11MP still photos. The camera has a fixed focus, fast f/2.8 lens, which further aids in grabbing high-quality low-light shots. This Surf Edition of the camera is specifically designed for shooting HD video while you surf. The waterproof quick-release housing has an impressive depth rating of 197' (60 m). Benefit from an easy-to-use LCD interface, as well as Wi-Fi Remote compatibility, including live streaming from the web and Wi-Fi video preview and playback on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
The Ikelite Pro-V8 LED Video Light is configured with a trio of 5W LEDs which produce a brightness of 510 lumens and a light beam angle of 45°. The light has a cool color temperature of 4500 Kelvin. Its pop bead flex arm makes it versatile, enabling you to manipulate it into whatever position will give you your desired effect.
The Ikelite Tray with Dual Release Handles provides stability underwater and attachment points for external lighting and accessories, when used with Ikelite housings that have 3" (7.6 cm) spacing between mounting points. Constructed of aluminum, it features rubberized release handles that allow easy attachment and removal of arm components at the touch of a button, for added convenience above and below water.
GoPro's Anti-Fog Inserts prevent your camera's housing from fogging, thus improving visibility while you shoot. Three sets are included in this package, each of which lasts for 4-5 uses.
The GoPro Tripod Mount, constructed from durable polycarbonate, attaches your HD HERO2 camera to a three-legged support system for extra stability.
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