GoPro AADIV-001 Super Suit with Dive Housing for HERO7 /HERO6 /HERO5 , Clear, One Size
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- Ultimate protection for your HERO6 Black or HERO5 Black during extreme outdoor activities and deep-water diving
- Waterproof to 196ft (60m)
- Includes two Waterproof Backdoors which can be used with Floaty
- Includes one Skeleton Backdoor for touch-screen accessibility and improved audio capture
- HERO6 Black or HERO5 Black cover lens must be removed before camera is put into the housing
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GoPro HERO7 Black
Freakishly smooth footage. Smart-capture superpowers. Battle-tested and waterproof without a housing. This is HERO7 Black, the most advanced GoPro ever. With HyperSmooth stabilization, you’ll get gimbal like video— without the gimbal. A new intelligent photo mode delivers the best, most brilliant images automatically. And now with live streaming and the GoPro app, you can share every amazing moment as you live it. HERO7 Black takes GoPro performance—and your photos and videos—to a whole new level.
(1) Stream video directly to Facebook Live. Live stream to other platforms using an RTMP URL. Facebook app and account required.
HyperSmooth Video Stabilization
Get gimbal like stabilization—without the gimbal. HERO7 Black predicts your movements and corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage.
Rugged + Waterproof
Share experiences you can’t capture with your phone. HERO7 Black is rugged, waterproof without a housing to 33ft (10m) and up for any adventure.
Stay in the moment. Control your HERO7 Black hands-free with voice commands like 'GoPro, take a photo' and 'GoPro, start recording.'
Get the best photos automatically. With SuperPhoto, HERO7 Black intelligently applies HDR, local tone mapping or noise reduction to optimize your shots.
Share your story as you live it with video streaming to Facebook Live. You can save your streamed videos to your SD card in high resolution
Capture super stabilized time lapse videos while you move about a scene. Increase the speed up to 30x to turn longer activities into shareable moments.
4K60 Video + 12MP Photos
HERO7 Black shoots stunning 4K60 video and 12MP photos that are as awesome as the moments themselves.
8x Slo-Mo Video
With ultra high frame rate 1080p240 video, you can slow things down by up to 8x to relive funny, interesting or epic moments in all their glory.
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Suit up your HERO6 Black or HERO5 Black with Super Suit for extreme outdoor activities and deep-water diving. The included Waterproof Backdoors provide protection to depths of 196ft (60m) and also safeguard against flying debris, gravel, dirt and small rocks. The flat glass lens delivers maximum image sharpness above and below water.
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THIS IS AN UNSOLICITED COMPARISON AND I DO NOT WORK FOR NOR AM I IN ANYWAY CONNECTED WITH KUPTON OR GOPRO.
1) OUT OF THE BOX: Advantage GoPro. The Kupton came in a small, nondescript cardboard box. The GoPro came in a nicer package that you would expect to see on a store shelf.
2) PRICE: Advantage Kupton. The Kupton housing was roughly $15 cheaper than the GoPro on Amazon, coming in around the $20 price point.
3) BUILD QUALITY: Advantage GoPro. This is a HUGE difference between these two housings. Both plastic housings feel substantial, however, THE HINGE ON TOP OF THE KUPTON THAT LATCHES THE BACK IS A VERY WEAK POINT compared the GoPro. This WILL BREAK and much sooner than later. This could ruin a dive trip. The GoPro latch is very substantial and looks as though it will stand up to the constant opening and closing of the housing. The Kupton will not.
4) USABILITY: Advantage Kupton. You literally have to remove the protective lens from your GoPro in order for it to fit. The Kupton accepts the camera without having to do this. It is not the easiest thing to take off either.
OVERALL IMPRESSION: First, DO NOT TRUST EVERY REVIEW. I can see a competitor company purposely skewing reviews to get people to buy a subpar product on Amazon. Now, having purchased both the Kupton and GoPro with my own $$, I would recommend the GoPro Super Suit over the Kupton for one reason: the hinge mechanism. This small metal locking clip has the potential to make or break your scuba/snorkeling trip. Granted, the Hero 7 is waterproof, but you’re shopping for an underwater housing so let’s assume you are going to house your camera regardless. Now, if Kupton were to redesign this latch, they could very well claim to have the best housing simply because you do not have to take your camera apart. Another point too is, if something does happen to your camera, it is almost always better to be using an housing made by GoPro than an aftermarket brand.
NOTE: Both the GoPro and the Kupton have small actuating pins that press the on/off and record buttons while your camera is in the housing. I can easily imagine these pins wearing through the rubber buttons on your camera. I may rig something up for mine so this does not happen.
The one thing that I didn't know before purchasing that I wish I did is that you actually have to remove the front glass panel from the Hero 5 before putting it into this case. This isn't a huge issue, but it is hard to get off and feels like you might break it if you're not careful. Also, that little glass panel is quite small and could be lost or damaged easily, so also be careful not to lose it (though they do sell replacements).
So to conclude, this case is amazing. If you need better protection for your camera or need to go below 30 feet underwater, you should definitely get this. As long as you're careful with the Hero 5's front glass panel, you should be all set.
My biggest beef with this thing is that the skeleton door lets water and sand in way too easily. And if you so much as open the waterproof door when any water (even just humidity) is present, prepare to constantly be battling fog until you can literally get the thing 100% bone dry again...
At one point I was in the rainforest using my GoPro, with the skeleton door, and the whole case fogged up! IT WASN'T EVEN RAINING! Then when it did rain it just all went to crap. That entire shoot was ruined due to a little humidity...
I would also try to use the skeleton door during a few skin dives and would constantly have to deal with it letting in water. It's a tough decision to make when you're out on the rocks and you want that added protection for your GoPro, but also want use of the touch screen.
There is a very simple fix for this, a silicone seal around the skeleton door's opening would allow the use of the touch screen while at shallower depths, without letting in unwanted water. I created a crude one on mine and it seems to have solved this issue, for now.
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I am glad I did, it’s a great bit of kit. It’s constructed from robust and tough plastic, which once you work out how to remove the lens cover on your go pro, is easy to fit (it comes with instructions). The interchangeable doors (In total 2 Waterproof, 1 Skeleton) are easy to change over, they just fold down and pull off. The buttons are easily operated with one hand, and the screen detail is easy to see through the waterproof door, as long as there isn’t much sun glare.
The reason for the three interchangeable doors:
Waterproof 1 - for use so screen can be seen when using the GoPro
Waterproof 2 - so a float can be mounted to the door (and not removed every time)
Skeleton - so the touch screen can be operated when using the GoPro
I am yet to test it underwater, but the ‘put paper towel in it and put it in the sink test’ worked! It hopefully will offer added protection when fitted to the mountain bike.
It doesn’t add too much bulk either, and spending less than £50 to protect a camera that is much more expensive is surely worth it.
I’ve have attached some extra photos of the bits I was unsure of...
- 2 sportelli posteriori impermeabili
- 1 sportello posteriore
- Vite di fissaggio lunga
Io la uso anche in spiaggia per non rovinare la camera con la sabbia...ovvio che'l'audio vien perso!
La qualità della plastica è ottima!
Regarding price, I payed the full £50 and its suddenly reduced, so buy it now if you want one, I've seen these prices go down and then back up again.
Usability: I can't comment on it's underwater capabilities because I bought it for sound. Frankly the wind noise issue on the Gopro 6 is appalling, I figured as with my Gopro 3 the waterproof housing would mute sufficiently to use on a motorbike.
All you get with no case is pure wind noise from 20 mph upwards, with this casing and the open back, and indeed with this casing and the sealed back, you just get varying degrees of muting of that same wind noise.
I imagined that the shape of the housing would alter the airflow stopping the microphones from picking up wind noise-sadly not the case (pun intended).
I will go back to my less user-friendly gopro 3 for biking purposes.
Taking the lens cover off is a pain, and some have alluded to its continual use undermining the seal/look of the camera.
I will use this when going into the sea even if to shallow depths, salt water is a big problem and I don't trust the seals on the bare Gopro Her0 5/6, as do many others.
Going with the GoPro super suit was probably the best choice, as it seems very durable, it has been dropped/bumped etc a few times and yet has not received a scratch or chip or similar.
This is greatly recommended, especially if you are using it for more extreme sports.
1) rubber doesn't appear to be completely sealed against the housing. You can see a bend and a gap in it.
2) the plastic clasp at the top looks bent, not sure if that's the reason why the rubber is not sealing properly.
3) the picture on the box shows the built-in buttons on the inside as looking soft, but the one I received has a pointy bit which seems to dig into my Gopro buttons. I've watched some Youtube vids. and their product looks exactly what's on the box. Not sure whether it's an updated version of the original to accommodate the Hero 7?
4) it's not easy to use either, because you have to slide the top bit whilst trying to open a tightly sealed object.
I did have a cheaper version of this, but because the metal hinge had rusted, I'd sent it back to get the genuine thing, only to find that it doesn't appear to be very good either given the fact that it's triple the price of the old one I had.
Now have to send this one back.