GoPro

GoPro

Store

Best Selling Products

View All

Latest Arrivals Products

View All

Sales & Promotions Products

View All
SAVE 10%
Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm for Broadcast Microphones Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm for Broadcast Microphones
SAVE $20
Rode RODECaster Pro II Integrated Podcast Production Studio Rode RODECaster Pro II Integrated Podcast Production Studio
Rode RODECaster Duo Compact Mixer Rode RODECaster Duo Compact Mixer
SAVE 17%
Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Black) Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Black)
SALE
Sennheiser HD280 PRO Closed Back Headphones Sennheiser HD280 PRO Closed Back Headphones
SAVE 21%
Wasabi Power Battery - Canon LP-E6 type Wasabi Power Battery - Canon LP-E6 type
SALE
Rode DS-1 Microphone Desktop Stand Rode DS-1 Microphone Desktop Stand
SALE
Rode PSA1+ Studio Boom Arm Rode PSA1+ Studio Boom Arm
SAVE $20
Zoom H4n Pro 4-Channel Handy Recorder (Black) Zoom H4n Pro 4-Channel Handy Recorder (Black)
SAVE 7%
Rode smartLav+ Lavalier Condenser Microphone for Smartphones Rode smartLav+ Lavalier Condenser Microphone for Smartphones
SALE
Rode Lavalier II Omidirectional Premium Lavalier Microphone Rode Lavalier II Omidirectional Premium Lavalier Microphone
SALE
RODE NT-USB+ USB Condenser Microphone RODE NT-USB+ USB Condenser Microphone

GoPro is the name synonymous with the original action camera company founded by Nick Woodman in 2002. During a surfing trip to Australia, Woodman hoped to capture quality action photos, but could not because amateur photographers could not get close enough to shoot the professional angles he desired and the cost of quality equipment was prohibitive. The 'GoPro' name was inspired by that desire to capture quality close up professional camera angles.

Initial capital was raised by Woodman by selling bead and shell belts from his VW van and, later, fashionable camera straps. Followed with a $230,000 investment from his parents.

The companies first camera system used 35 mm film. The GoPro 35mm HERO, introduced in 2004. A digital still and video camera was later introduced. The company introduced the first Digital HERO in 2006, with 10 second video capability, it sold units generating over $800,000 in revenue.

For more information on GoPro visit gopro.com