GoPro

#Beater

Most of the time, things go well. But sometimes, you’ll beater…

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Throwback Thursday!

This week we take a look back to last summer, paddling on the river Tungufljot in southern Iceland.

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Making a kayak rear gopro mount

Some of the best kayaking videos use footage taken from many different angles, breaking away from the first person view that we have become used to over the past few years. I have tried using my GoPro on different mounts attached to my boat, (here) but was never really happy with the result. After seeing footage taken from a pole mount on the stern of the boat, I decided to have a go at making my own. 

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White Water in the desert?…

Dubai has a reputation for going one better than anywhere else, aiming to build the biggest, most impressive attractions in the world. Iboutdoor takes a look at what this means for all the white water paddlers out there…

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How not to lose your GoPro

GoPro cameras have changed the way kayaking films are made. With cameras mounted on helmets, kayaks and even paddles the viewer can now get closer to the action than ever before. Most kayakers are using the adhesive mounts to attach the GoPro to their kit and although they’re pretty tough, they’re not 100% reliable if they take a big hit.

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