Creative and technical advice.
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Capable of capturing high definition movies and still images where other cameras fear to tread, it's not surprising the GoPro has an avid following among adventure sports aficionados.
The LEE Bug for GoPro gives photographers and filmmakers even wider scope for creativity and control with a sturdy holder and a range of high quality, optically correct filters.
Give your action films a professional look with detailed skies and saturated colour.
The 3-Stop ND Grad will add detail to the sky and prevent "whiteout" or "burnout". The filter can be left in place for pretty much all outdoor filming and the effects are plain to see.
The Polariser is especially helpful when filming on snow or water. It will reduce glare and increase contrast, saturating colour and adding a "popping" vibrancy to your films.
When using the graduated filter, the best results will be achieved with the spot metering option turned on.
Either metering mode can be used with the polarising filter.
Counteract the colour casts inherent in underwater photography.
The Blue Water filter (red) is for use in tropical or clear water - snorkelling or diving to 60 feet. The filter removes colour casts and gives more natural colours.
The Green Water filter (magenta) is for use in green freshwater or seawater. It improves colour and contrast to depths up to 60 feet or whenever underwater filming looks excessively green.
Every component of the LEE Bug range is available individually - making it easy to grow your collection to meet changing needs.
All filters can be used in any of the Bug filter holders, so the same filters can work with the GoPro Hero3, HERO3+ and HERO4.
Simple, step-by-step guide to getting your LEE Bug attached and ready for action.
The LEE Bug for GoPro HERO3+/HERO4 is pictured, but the process is identical with the HERO3.