HydRemote

January 16, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 0 Comments |
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The HydRemote Remote Cable System allows the waterproof connection of hundreds of remote controllers to GoPro HD Hero and Hero2 cameras. According to HydRemote’s creator, Ethan Janson, “this new system leaves the GoPro powered off until triggered, thus extending battery life by many hours or even days.  Now you are only restricted by the battery life in your remote or receiver.” The HydRemote Cable System is available on Amazon at an introductory price of $45.99

Hydremote Press Release

HydRemote Cable System Introduces New Remote Control Cable for GoPro Cameras

Users can now connect hundreds of controllers to GoPro HD Hero and Hero2 Cameras

SEATTLE, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/—Locally owned HydRemote.com announced today the launch of its HydRemote Remote Cable System.  This product allows the waterproof connection of hundreds of remote controllers to GoPro HD Hero and Hero2 cameras.  This system allows photographers to start recording video or photographs with the shutter release on their wired or wireless controllers, including crowd favorites like Pocket Wizards.  According to photographer and HydRemote’s creator, Ethan Janson , “this new system leaves the GoPro powered off until triggered, thus extending battery life by many hours or even days.  Now you are only restricted by the battery life in your remote or receiver.” The camera must be in ” One Button Mode ” for this system to work properly.  Optional waterproof functionality requires modification to an existing GoPro housing BacPac door.  For details and instructional videos, see HydRemote’s website at http://www.hydremote.com. ; This system is not compatible with GoPro HD Hero3 cameras.

The HydRemote Cable System begins selling this week on Amazon at an introductory price of $45.99 USD.  To view multimedia content associated with this release, please click… http://www.hydremote.com/pressrelease.html

About HydRemote
HydRemote is a new brand created by photographer Ethan Janson of Seattle, Washington.  Restricted by the limitations of camera range and battery life, he developed a system which integrates existing remote controllers to his GoPro HD Hero and Hero2 cameras.  Additionally, his need for remote control of submerged cameras has led to an inexpensive system which keeps the GoPro camera safe at shallow depths.  HydRemote is currently exploring new methods of programming and controlling GoPro cameras with interval timers, iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and more.  More information about these projects and how you can already incorporate them are found on the product website at http://www.hydremote.com. ; HydRemote.com is not sponsored or endorsed by GoPro, Pocket Wizard, or other mentioned brands, trademarks, or companies.  HydRemote products are “Designed for use with GOPRO┬« products. GOPRO┬« is a registered trademarks of Woodman Labs, Inc. in the United States and other countries.”



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