A Vertical frame from Telesin for GoPro Hero 5/6/7 today is a sort of necessity, especially when people post and consume media from mobile devices like its a packet of yummy crisps and also since many platforms prefer the portrait mode. Yes, you can turn your camera in a portrait mode using your arms but what if you’re riding, or doing something where you’re hands are busy? Please don’t tell us that it can be done on an editing software. It’s annoying and time consuming. Plus, content is good when its crisp and hot.
There are so many use cases when a vertical framing of your shot makes absolutely 100% sense and using the standard frame that comes with your GoPro Hero 5/6/7 will just be a waste. You will lose space on top of the frame (or at the bottom) and you will have too much empty space on the sides. The Telesin Vertical Frame is exactly what it sounds like – its a vertical frame!
GoPro’s have important access points on either side so I assume this is one of the reasons GoPro hasn’t made a vertical frame but the Telesin vertical frame has bypassed this by offsetting the mount slightly so you can still access the button with ease.
The Vertical frame sits very tight around the camera so you need to pull squeeze the frame tight to make it close. There’s nothing much more to say about the design since it is a really really simple product. The biggest upside is that it can be used as a normal landscape frame or a vertical portrait frame, which sort of makes the conventional GoPro Hero frame look outdated.
The best part about the frame is clearly the price. For Rupees 850, you get a good quality Vertical Frame for GoPro, a quick release buckle and a screw right here at our online store! Got a GoPro? Share your stories using the vertical frame and tag us. We’d love to see and share them!
Looking to buy the Telesin Vertical Frame for GoPro Hero 5/6/7? Check it out here!