SOLD!!! GoPro Hero4 (Hero 4) Silver, SuperSuit, 64GB Memory Card, BackScatter Dual FLIP Frame, Filters, Tray, Battery Charger and Batteries

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GoPro Hero4 Silver with rear touch display, SuperSuit dive housing, SanDisk 64GB Extreme Plus Micro SD Card with adapter, BackScatter Dual FLIP 3.1 System with 3 filters and hardware, Battery Charger, 5 Batteries, BackScatter Aluminum Tray with Lanyard and GoPro mounting hardware.

Everything you need to take quality underwater video on the cheap with 64GB of SanDisk memory. The Hero4 Silver has a rear display to frame your shots. The plastic facia in the upper right hand corner had to be repaired due to the compression of the dive housing, a common design (flaw) issue with this model, but this does not effect functionality. The camera has never been used without the SuperSuit. The BackScatter filters (Shallow, Dive and Deep) are a bit rough thanks to overcrowded camera buckets, but still usable (and replaceable). Let me know if you have any questions or require additional photos. The link below is to a video taken with this GoPro and BackScatter filter system.

$125 with FREE SHIPPING (Continental US ONLY)

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What lights did you use for the video?
 
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What lights did you use for the video?

At that time I was using two cheap Chinese Evolva D02 video lights, however, one of them flooded on the first day of that trip, so what you see was shot with a single light. After constant failures I ditched the Evolva lights and renamed them the Ebola.
 
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