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Thread: Go Pro Camera

  1. #1
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    Default Go Pro Camera

    Does anyone use a Go-Pro camera. Since they are small, operate in low temperatures, water proof and fast, I am wondering if it would be a good choice for home inspectors.

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    Default Re: Go Pro Camera

    I have never, but never use it.


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    Default Re: Go Pro Camera

    I can't think of any reason why I would need to use one.


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    Default Re: Go Pro Camera

    The Go Pros are reputed to be durable and they are no more expensive than a good quality point & shoot, so why not? I have not used one, so I don't know about reliability. I also tend to set my camera to low quality image so I don't have to save 10,000 photos a year that are 12 MP. That would be a lot of storage. I assume the Go Pro image quality can be decreased.

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