Snapping Turtle Stares Down GoPro Camera

by Sarah W June 08, 2017

Snapping Turtle Stares Down GoPro Camera

CamDo Solutions founder, Peter Jennings, captured this curious snapping turtle staring down his GoPro camera at Stony Lake in Ontario, Canada.

To get up close and personal with this underwater beast, Jennings used the Underwater WIFI Cable, a GoPro (which was mounted on a pole) to preview the shot on this phone and aim the camera correctly at the turtle. We now offer a convenient Underwater Inspection Pack that allows for this same type of setup. 

 

Footage of life underwater is always among the most intriguing and interesting footage we receive. It's easy to forget that there's an entire world beneath the surface. If you like this, then you'll love this gorgeous footage shot while river snorkeling by CamDo customer Russ Ricketts. 




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