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GoPro Max

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Has anyone got a GoPro Max camera and used it for skiing?

I have the GoPro5 and got some amazing footage at christmas but wondering about the new GoPro Max as it
has a 360 camera as well as a single lens camera in one.

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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Hey I have used the GoPro max quite a bit. It depends on what you want it for. You need a pretty good computer to edit the 360 files and they are quite large files. If you are good at editing, you can make some pretty cool non-360 edits with the 360 footage. To be honest though, I would get the Gopro 8 which is on a really good deal at the moment. This is a link to a 360 video I put on youtube using the max if you're interested
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