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GoPro to replace Nikon as NASA camera supplier

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mars rover

Thanks to low weight and small size Go Pro cameras will be part of the next NASA manned space flight, possibly to Mars.

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Yea,,, happy Fool's day to You guys too. :D

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"NASA replied that they would love to catapult a bunch of 7Ds from the earth and send them hurtling into a dark oblivion but countered that the Cinema EOS range had done that anyway."

 

BAHAHAHA

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Happy april fool  :D

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ok after reading this site for a long time i finally registered to say great april fools post. i laughed out loud!

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I know this is an April Fool's joke, but......I have a GoPro Hero 3 Black edition......and when I think it through, considering the variables, it actually doesn't sound like a bad idea!

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Hahaha great one Mr. Reid.

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Although the tech -- Aptina 4K sensor, CineForm RAW, etc. -- is all there, I believe GoPro probably won't release a 60p-capable, interchangeable-lens, 4K camera anytime soon. It certainly would be cool, though.

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Although the tech -- Aptina 4K sensor, CineForm RAW, etc. -- is all there, I believe GoPro probably won't release a 60p-capable, interchangeable-lens, 4K camera anytime soon. It certainly would be cool, though.

Not sure why one would want to change lenses, on Mars.......might be dusty! ;-)

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Not sure why one would want to change lenses, on Mars.......might be dusty! ;-)

Ha-ha. I meant on Earth. ;^)

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