GoPro HERO7 Black Million Dollar Challenge

Shoot for your share of $1,000,000.

Help us create the HERO7 Black Highlight video. All you have to do is submit your best raw video clips – shot exclusively on HERO7 Black. If your shots are used in the video, you’ll get an equal cut of a million dollars.

How it works:

  1. Get a HERO7 Black. To participate, you’ll need to pick up a HERO7 Black.
  2. Get the shot. Get out there and capture the raddest moments you can find. Then, submit your unedited videos to this site.
  3. Get paid. If your content is featured in our HERO7 Black Highlight Video, you’ll get your share of $1,000,000.

Learn more: gopro.com/MillionDollarChallenge

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Questions about the challenge?

Check our FAQ and full terms + conditions.

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GoPro: Introducing the HERO7 Black

 

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This is HERO7 Black, the most advanced GoPro ever. With HyperSmooth stabilization, you get insanely smooth, gimbal‑like video—without the gimbal. And with TimeWarp, you can capture mesmerizing, stabilized time lapse video as you move through a scene. There’s also a new SuperPhoto mode that delivers the best, most brilliant images automatically. Want to stream amazing moments as they happen? Now you can with live streaming and the GoPro app. To put it simply, HERO7 Black completely changes the game.

Stay tuned for more new and exciting things from GoPro.

The Road to Kanza – A Newbie Takes on the World’s Biggest Gravel Race

Ben Delaney signed up to the Dirty Kanza 200 with no real experience gravel racing before. This led him to firstly question why did he even agree to this and secondly, how do you actually prepare for 200 miles of racing on gravel?

Luckily DK200 veteran Josh Patterson was on hand to give him some much needed advice. Follow Ben’s journey as a gravel newbie at the world’s biggest gravel race.

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GoPro Awards: Devil’s Peak Downhill Run

 

Follow Mike Paproski through the twists and turns and crashes of the Devil’s Peak Downhill course in Georgetown, Colorado.

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GoPro: Best Accessories for Parents: Bite Mount

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For most parents, just about every task is a bit more difficult with a child. An adventure, maybe, but a walk in the park, they are not. Taking photos, for example, can prove daunting, especially if they are still young enough to be a staggering countdown to disaster. Catching your little one in the moment while they remain safely upright with eyes open and mouth smiling is like running into a unicorn during a full moon, then finding a bag of unmarked $100 bills with corresponding note reading, “Please use impulsively.”

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But, you still have to capture those moments, right? Your little ones grow up fast, so you need to save all those memories. And thanks to the durable and waterproof design, GoPro is the perfect tool to capture the memory while staying in the moment. That said, there are some accessories out there that can make it even easier.

The Bite Mount, which was originally designed with the surfer in mind, is an outstanding mount for parents, especially those with a toddler who is still learning to balance. With the Bite Mount and your camera set to video or time lapse, you are sure to get plenty of immersive shots, all while both hands are free to keep your toddler upright and away from a crash. Plus, your content will look far more immersive an engaging.

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Fiddling with your phone or traditional point-and-shoot takes you out of the moment and hinders your attention. With the camera automatically capturing while you focus on your activity, you get the full experience and plenty of content to relive later.

With the included Floaty, the Bite Mount is also a perfect complement to the swimming pool this summer. Whether it’s swimming lessons, or simply some toddler tosses, you will get the shot and never have to worry about diving to the bottom to retrieve a lost camera.

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GoPro Bite Mount

This versatile bite mount with an easy-to-spot float is ideal for hands-free POV footage and more. Capture smooth, stable video while comfortably holding the camera with your mouth. Plus, the built-in mounting buckle slides into any compatible GoPro mount, making it easy to capture multiple camera angles and dynamic changes in perspective.

  • Includes Floaty, an easy-to-spot device that keeps your GoPro afloat
  • Easy to use for hands-free POV capture in any environment
  • Integrated mounting buckle makes it easy to capture new POV angles and quickly change perspectives, or securely mount your camera
  • Ergonomic, rugged design and materials ensure comfortable mouth mounting and stable, shake-free footage
  • $29.99

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GoPro: Behind the Lens

Take a closer look at the innovations behind HERO6 and Fusion. Immerse yourself in groundbreaking technology and discover how high frequency metadata collection, facial recognition and artificial intelligence help drive GoPro’s storytelling.

World Champion Cyclist Peter Sagan Joins the GoPro Team

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Peter Sagan is already a legend in road cycling. From his long list of achievements to his magnetic personality on and off the cycle, Sagan has written himself into cycling lore. In a sport often cloaked in restraint, and even staid characters, Sagan is a beacon of outspoken and gregarious light. Plus, he can climb a steep grade while doing one-handed wheelies on his bike. As driven to put on a show as he is to win, Sagan is the people’s cyclist. He makes the sport more fun, even while he is winning.

The Slovak has won the UCI World Championship three years in a row (2015-2017), and even won the prestigious ‘Maillot Vert’ points jersey the first time he rode the Tour de France in 2012. He has won the jersey every year since, through 2016.

With 102 professional wins to his name, Peter has proved he can win at every type of race from the one-day ‘Classics’ to three-week long stage races and the first European Championship, and did we mention he rules at one-handed wheelies…uphill?

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Welcome to the Team, Peter! Have fun this season; we know we will have fun watching.

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