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High Quality 1080p video.
Works well under low light.
Includes waterproof housing.
Fun to use.
Small and flexible.
Lots of options for video and still resolution.
Clear and bright pictures.
Good low light sensitivity.
Lots of accessories from both GoPro and third party vendors.
Waterproof to 197 feet.
Gets warm when powered on.
No tripod mount on camera or casing.
More expensive than other offerings.
Curve lense not good for underwater and no GoPro option available to change to a flat lens.
Noise in low-light conditions.
Limited battery life.
Archaic control system.
Fixed focal length lens.
By TechRadar on July 23, 2012
If you're the adventurous type then you should seriously consider taking along a GoPro HD Hero2: Outdoor Edition as your trusty camera companion. And he won't tell tall tales, just record them for all to see in glorious...
By itproportal.com on July 17, 2012
If you're into outdoor sports and activities of any description, then the GoPro camera system provides an accessible and reasonably cheap way to record and share your exploits. The camera produces extremely high quality video under all...
By PC Advisor on June 13, 2012
Waterproof and almost indestructable, the GoPro HD Hero 2 is a great action camera for anyone that wants to record their sporting endeavours. Image quality is the best we've seen from a wearable camcorder, although audio quality could still be...
By Testfreaks on June 07, 2012
The HD HERO2 Outdoor Edition is a tremendous package for the price. Whether you are the artistic/creative type or the athletic daredevil, this is a camera that you can have lots of fun with. Designed for all weather conditions you’ll be able to...
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
Promises are kept with the GoPro HD Hero2 Outdoor Edition. It's rugged, it costs less than most of its competitors and it has good...
By The Gadgeteer on May 18, 2012
I’ve reviewed the Drift HD and the Swann Freestyle HD action cameras (see related links), and while I haven’t been able to give you any extreme sports footage, hopefully the reviews have been useful to those considering a POV camera. The...
By Layers Magazine on March 02, 2012
Professional Action Video in a Tiny Package GoPro’s HD Hero2 camcorder packs video-recording capabilities of 1080p/30, 960p/30, 960p/48, 720p/30, 720p/60, WVGA/60, and WVGA/120, as well as photo-capture capabilities (single, burst, self-timer, and...
By PC Mag on February 16, 2012
The GoPro HD Hero2 is a rugged HD video camera that can take a beating and go deep underwater. It includes a number of different mounting tools so that you can affix it to a helmet, skateboard, or anything else you can imagine....
By CamcorderInfo on February 04, 2012
If you're interested in camcorders, or even gadgets in general, it's impossible to ignore the GoPro HD Hero2. The Hero2 is the best adventure-style camcorder we've worked with so far, and the model was easier to handle and control than its...
By Pocket-lint on January 04, 2012
If you don't have the original HD Hero, this is certainly a little camera well worth considering. If you have the original, then this is probably enough of an upgrade to make it worth selling the old one and grabbing one of these. Picture quality...
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