This article makes it sound like I could send in three GoPros, and be compensated over the $100 max. GoPro's site reads that it's a $100 cap and mentions nothing about multiples. Possible to clarify? I do have two old Hero2's that are paper weights! Gracias!
"Hey bro, can I borrow your tongue trigger?"
"No. Just, no."
After doing video and eventing part time for years, I married a nurse. They make killer money and between my savings and her hard work, I was finally able to create my own steady work and quit working for others.
Moral? Marry up. Always, marry, up... I'm mostly, partially kidding. Sort of.
Honestly, partnering up with my potential competitors in a more collaborative sense made a big impact on the work I would eventually do. Find someone/others to pair up with if you can.
I tested a 5K iMac at a local Mac Store. The machine, which was stock, lagged just using Preview doing a simple color correction. The guy at the store said the new display uses a lot of resources, enough so to cause performance problems.
I instead just bought a 27inch, sans 5K display, and I think I'll be just fine.
In regards to the Hackintosh, I'm a video geek, not a computer geek. The reliability of a real Mac is paramount.
It's like needing scuba certification to take a bath. It's like requiring a food handlers card to make cereal. It's mostly looking like people who operate quad-copters are going to have a great excuse to charge a lot more money for those easy-peasy shots we all like.