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Large Interaxial GoPro 3D Rig

The recently introduced GoPro Dual Hero system was welcome but its short interaxial may be seen as a problem when shooting large scenes requiring more separation between the lenses. That is why David Newman, Director of Software Engineering at GoPro, designed a new 3D printed stereoscopic rig holding two GoPro cameras with 90 mm (3.5 inches) interaxial separation.

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3D Printed by ShapeWays

 The David Newman 3D rig is available at ShapeWays (the two GoPro cameras and their synchro cable are not included)

Material: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

Price: $84.95

More Info

The Dual HERO System was announced earlier this year by GoPRO; it is now available directly from the manufacturer for $219,00. 

To extend the GoPro synchronisation cable to 90mm, no soldering is required, it is just a matter of removing a screw and reorienting the cable.

Read our paper about the original GoPro Dual Hero system here. Reach David Newman on Twitter.