Back-Bone’s modified GoPro cameras have been installed on the DSV Alvin deep ocean submersible, and on a variety of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). Our ‘Modulus’ sensor extension and housing was used to fit a Hero4 Black into a small deep sea cylindrical pressure vessel. The camera was too wide to fit into the pressure vessel […]

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  Microscope camera systems capable of shooting in 4K are bulky and extremely expensive. Back-Bone’s ‘Ribcage’ Modified action cameras provide a cost effective alternative. Here’s a list of features that make these cameras a no-brainer for this type of application. Camera’s and mod kits are available here.   Cost 4K microscope camera systems can cost […]

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In addition to incredible resolution and frame rate options for standard color imaging, Back-Bone’s ‘Ribcage’ camera modifications allow you to shoot in infrared as well. Our cameras all feature a removable IR-Cut filter which can be replaced with one of our Cold Mirror filters for dedicated infrared imaging. You can also use special ‘NDVI’ filters […]

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At Back-Bone we’re always looking for creative ways to use our modified cameras. In this case we decided to use one of our C-Mount modified GoPro Hero5 Black cameras to shoot a timelapse of the 2017 eclipse from our location in Ontario, Canada. We mounted our camera on a heavy duty tripod and fitted it […]

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Don’t you hate it when lions eat all your cameras? We provided our Ribcage modified GoPro cameras and lenses to film National Geographic’s Lions 360 video, plus we were able to help in other ways. During filming several of the production’s stock GoPro cameras were actually destroyed by the curious lions. Rather than write them […]

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