03-29-2019 11:49 AM
You would need to have some sort of software capable of combining the footage from two Hero 7 blacks, it would also have to be able to calculate and adjust the overlap angle to give a 3d view. You would then also have to make a sturdy undwater rig to hold the camera's in place that doesn't allow for any flex of adjustment between the two angles. I think this could work out to be very expensive. It's certainly not something that GoPro currently supports. You may be better off just trying to find a stereoscopic camera system that has all of this worked out already.
a month ago
OK, let me try a simpler question to GoPro.
Can the 2 or more Hero 7 cameras be Gen-Locked or Synced together?
With a cable like the Hero 3?
WiFi or Bluetooth?
At one time several H3 were Gen Locked with cables for a surfing comercial.
4 weeks ago
@snowybluff1421, you can sync/control multiple GoPro cameras using Smart Remote (connected through the camera's Wi-Fi). Note that Wi-Fi doesn't work underwater though. There might also be some third party systems that can sync GoPro cameras for multi-camera shoots, however, we do not have any further information about these devices.