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GoPro HERO5 HERO6 Underwater WiFi-View by Eye Of Mine Action Cameras - SPECIAL ORDER
Underwater WiFi-View by Eye Of Mine Action Cameras

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Our Price: $90.00

Product Code: EUWFV-H5


6 Feet - Stickon sensor
15 Feet - stick-on sensor
25 Feet - stick-on sensor [Add $10.00]
50 Feet - stick-on sensor [Add $20.00]
75 Feet - cable In Housing [Add $110.00]
100 Feet - cable in Housing [Add $120.00]
125 Feet - cable in Housing [Add $130.00]
150 Feet - cable in Housing [Add $140.00]

GoPro Underwater WiFi extension for GoPro Hero5/6 only. See other housing for Hero3-4.

In the meantime, download the GoPro App and connect to your smartphone and learn the app's features, so when you get the WiFi-View, you'll be ready to go - underwater.

This is the exclusive GoPro Eye Of Mine Underwater WiFi-View. It is pretty amazing to watch for GoPro Hero5/6. The very thin cable transmits the camera's WiFi signal to your smartphone / tablet or laptop on land and lets you completely control your GoPro with the GoPro App- we kid you not! Works with Hero5 cameras. This Underwater WiFi-View requires NO POWER.

You simply use the standard GoPro App as you normally would on land. All the functionality is available as it is on land.

The latest GoPro App lets you:
- View a low resolution live image
- Turn the camera on/off
- Start rec/stop the camera
- Playback the footage from the card*
- COPY the files to your smartphone/tablet or laptop. In either low resolution or high resolution*
- Change any camera settings
- View the camera's battery level
- View all the on-screen GoPro icons normally seen in the GoPro App on your device (see below right screenshot).

Underwater housing is NOT included except for MORE THAN 50 feet where the cable is embedded in the housing and we supply a custom housing good to 150 feet (47 meters). For 50 feet or less, you get a stick on sensor that goes on the door at the bottom.

* You cannot record while playing back footage or transferring files with the GoPro App.
Note that only one device can connect to a GoPro. If you try to connect a second device, you will get a freeze-frame on the first device with the live video. This is a limitation of GoPro and not our system. This limitation is because WIFI is a two-way communication and having two receiving devices would cause conflict.

The Underwater WiFi-View is available as a double-stick add-on
to your back door in these lengths:

Hero5/6 sensor goes on bottom of door

Shown above is the STICK-ON sensor for 50' or less of cable.

Longer than 50 feet, we will embed the cable into a custom hero5/6 housing. Cable comes out of the bottom of housing. We will pressure test housing to the length of the cable. So instead of getting a stick-on sensor, you will be getting a custom housing good to 150 feet (47 meters) with a WiFi-View cable permanently connected (not removable). Camera simply slides in. You don't even have to take the front protective waterproof lens cover off!

Available permanent lengths:

The WiFi signal on the receiver sensor end is very weak, so the receiver sensor needs to physically touch the back of the smartphone / tablet or laptop. With lengths shorter than 50' the sensor can be within a few inches of the smartphone / tablet or laptop and does not need to touch it. We have an optional antenna to boost strength and WiFi repeater. See options section below.

We STRONGLY suggest you use one of the free WiFi signal checkers on your device and move the sensor around the back of your smartphone / tablet or laptop to find where the strongest signal is and then tape/velcro the sensor to this area. The bigger the device, the more important this step is. With the below smartphone (Note II) and tablet (Samsung Galaxy Note), the strongest signal is near the top of the devices. Note that there is about a 5-10 second delay before you see a signal change:

Important note for Hero6: Hidden away in the on-camera connection settings (NOT in the app settings) is the ability to change wifi from 2.4ghz to 5.8ghz. Hero5 didn't have that feature. If it's on 5.8ghz, it won't connect with our wifi.