GoPro Articles - PawNation

GoPro .

One brave camera risked its life, going fin-to-lens with a Mako shark so we don't have to. According to Business Insider, the versatile and adventure-friendly GoPro was almost eaten by a shark, giving viewers a terrifying inside look at a head-on shark attack. The incident took place on the 4th of July, when a group of Maryland men decided to go fishing with their GoPro camera. The camera was tied to a line along with some bait and left to dangle in the ocean. Don't worry, the device wasn't left hanging for long. The fishy camera quickly caught the attention of a Mako shark, who fiercely attacked the GoPro. Due to the animal's vicious appetite, we now have a look down the shark's throat...

It's the anti-"Jaws." While we don't recommend you copy free diver Ocean Ramsey and go hitching a ride on a great white shark's dorsal fin, this serene and beautiful video may at least convince you that maybe it is safe to go back in the water. Ramsey has been swimming with sharks since she was 14, so she has the necessary experience and appreciation for the deadly fish for her to have filmed this video for GoPro cameras. We bet it didn't even raise her blood pressure to do it. Have you ever seen a deadly killing machine look friendlier?...

It's a daily occurrence: you stare longingly at your dog, nestled into the couch cushions with a giant pig ear between its paws and think, "I wish I could be a dog." We hate to break it to you, but you can't. However, thanks to technology, you can sort of live vicariously through your pup with the help of GoPro cams. There is an endless amount of videos on YouTube of dogs doing what they love with a tiny camera strapped onto their little heads. From puppy playing to tennis-ball chasing, you can finally slink into your pup's point of view, even if it's just for a couple of minutes. Check out this Golden Retriever chasing a tennis ball in and out of his pool....