Vlogging With GoPro

I’m doing my Vlogging With GoPro camera. When I first started vlogging, I tested the GoPro, Digital Point and shoot and My iPhone. I wanted to see what camera had the best functionality and ease of use. The GoPro had the best functionality and was easy to use. With a tripod mount, it was easy to carry around and set up for any shot.

vlogging with gopro

Breakdown of Pros and Cons

As with any camera or equipment, there is a list of Pros and Cons that you have to weigh against your needs.


  1. 1080p30fps.
  2. Small easy to hold
  3. Water Proof Housing.
  4. Ease of use with a tripod mount.


  1. There is no Screen.
  2. WaterProof housing blocks sound.
  3. The small size sometimes makes it hard to hold without blocking the lens.
  4. The small display is sometimes hard to read.


Vlogging With GoPro had a muffled sound with the waterproof housing. I bought an additional aftermarket housing, that I could drill a hole into. With a hole in the housing. An aftermarket microphone will provide a better sound quality than the built-in microphone, especially with the waterproof housing. I have the Field of View (FOV) set at Medium and it allows me to capture myself and a good coverage of my surroundings. I have the GoPro set at the maximum available of 1080P and 30 Frames per Second to capture a stunning High Definition video.


Vlogging With GoPro is a great a great option when you are looking at a vlogging camera. I have used it for over a year in my Vlogging. I am happy to recommend Vlogging With GoPro or any other YouTube video needs. It will function as good, or better than other cameras for Vlogging. If you have a GoPro and you’re looking to get into Vlogging or YouTube, don’t let the camera stop you from following your dreams.

Please leave a comment and let me know what you are using. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

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