Hi, my name's Rich Harrington. >> And I'm Robbie Carman. >> Welcome to this week's episode of Video Gear Weekly. Rob, we're revisiting GoPros. I gotta admit, I love this system for its versatility. >> Yeah, I know. I mean, GoPro is just kind of the standard when it comes to sports, action cameras, I mean perhaps like no other company, they've done the most marvelous job ever at marketing their cameras as the action camera. And therefore, everybody has them. They're used from, you know, not just sports and action stuff, but they're used for television shows and films, and that kind of stuff.
And yeah, this week we're going to take a look at some sort of ways of adapting the GoPro, but not the actual GoPro itself. >> Right. >> The case itself. The GoPro cases have kind of become kind of familiar to you. >> Yeah. >> If you've ever used one, you know sort of, these har, hard polycarbonate cases. And they have different ways, different mounting options, that kind of stuff, but this week we're going to take a look at some ways to sort of adapt the case with different filters, using different sort of attachments to the front, so you can get things like anamorphic looks. >> Yeah. >> Neutral density filters and so on. >> Yeah, there's a lot of cool things to make the GoPro a little more versatile for professional shooting situations, so we'll take a look at all that next.
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