You seem to know a bit about gopro's so hoping you could help:
One of my mates suggested that I rent a gopro from Fat Lama https://fatlama.com/browse-items for when I go on holiday to Hainan, China in a couple of weeks and I do scuba diving etc etc (I don’t do enough exciting stuff to justify buying one ). The problem is I don’t really know which of them on there is the best to get. I’m not by any means good at video editing or anything like that, it’ll just be for me and my mates to watch and maybe youtube. Do any of them on there look suitable? (Apologies if this question gets asked a lot!)
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