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GoPro action cameras can now be controlled by Apple Watch

Official GoPro application was recently updated to the version 2.11 on the App Store and now it supports Apple Watch. Now, owners of smart watches can get quick access to the camera’s controls right from the wrist. Previously they had to use third-party applications to connect to their action cameras from Apple Watch.


GoPro action cameras can shoot in almost any conditions – on the water, under the water, at high speed with strong vibration, in the mountains. All of that can be achieved thankfully to the large variety of mounting options for GoPro action cameras, so you can record the video from the most unusual angles such as: skateboard, surfboard, bicycle handlebar, helmet, motorcycle tank, car hood and others.

GoPro application for Apple Watch is compatible with most of the action cams produced by GoPro. If you didn’t know GoPro offers the most advanced technologies embedded in their action cameras that allow you to record high quality videos up to 4k and make high quality pictures. Once connected Watches with action camera, you will actually get a small external display on which in real time will be shown what “sees” your GoPro camera. Apple Watch owners can pick up the right angle for the best shots, start and finish video recording and switch between different modes of shooting and also add tags HiLight Tag to the best moments of the video.

Comparing to the automatic shutter feature using Apple Watch gives more time to prepare for shooting. Additionally, it can prevent the camera shakes when shooting in dark ambient or close-ups, while GoPro is mounted on the tripod or selfie stick.

The official GoPro application can be downloaded from App Store or by clicking here.

[via GoPro]


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