We invented battery elimination for the GoPro, and offer several solutions for GoPro’s poor battery life.  If you want to make time lapses that last weeks, not hours, we can help.  If you need to run multiple cameras on your boat, race car, or aircraft, our systems can do it.  If you are simply tired of GoPro’s short run time and want a simple way to eliminate the battery, we can help.

Our LongShot systems are in use around the world, by professionals and amateurs alike.   Users include NASA, military, Hollywood, laboratories, universities, transit systems, pilots, law enforcement, U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, and people just like you.

To our knowledge, as of this writing (May, 2017) there is no other waterproof, dust proof, vibration proof system like the LongShot.

The obvious benefit of our LongShot is fixing the chronically short battery life in the GoPro cameras.

A less obvious, but very important benefit is heat management.  There are two primary sources of heat in a GoPro, and the LongShot eliminates them both.  One is the internal charging circuit, which the LongShot does not activate.  The other is the GoPro battery itself, which becomes warm during use and while it is charging in the camera.

 Your GoPro will also run cooler with our systems, period.

Regarding compatibility with the new Hero3+ or Hero4 camera, the short answer is yes, the LongShot is compatible.  The long answer is that you need to be aware that the ‘new’ housing is different:

On the left, the standard 60 meter Housing. On the right, the smaller 40 meter '+' housing.

On the left, the standard 60 meter Housing. On the right, the smaller 40 meter ‘+’ housing.

Our preference is to use the original housing.  We believe it is stronger, has a better latching mechanism, and has more airspace for better heat management.  Therefore our standard LongShot Head Unit (below) includes a complete original housing.  Any GoPro Hero3, 3+, or Hero4 works perfectly in the original housing.

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