GoPro footage is great. When used properly the benefits are too numerous to name and in doing so I’d only be repeating what has been said a million times before. But for those who have seriously tried to weave together sections of footage into one continuous stretch of film there remains one slight problem; everything looks very flat. The camera’s recognizable wide angle lens is perfect for ensuring each ounce of detail is captured within the frame, but unless you’re fortunate enough to have someone on dry land simultaneously recording material to virtually splice into the reel, more than a few minutes of nonstop self-filmed footage is a little difficult to digest. There are a few options within the GoPro camera itself but nothing that can radically alter the scope or feel of the factory fitted lens.
Enter Lensbaby and the Circular 180+.