GeekPro: Trafalgar Square
The statue of Admiral Lord Nelson dominates the square from 167 feet above it. Built to honor his naval victory in 1805 it is the pivotal point of this magnificent area. Fountain at Trafalgar Square was laid out in 1830 and is a popular place for political rallies and used to be home to thousands of pigeons. The Mayor of London’s recent ruling banning pigeon food sellers is designed to purge this patch of London of a health hazard. The pigeons don’t seem to understand they’re not welcome and you still find tourists feeding them and taking photos with them. Each year people from all parts of London assemble there on December 31 st to celebrate the New Year. Four grand bronze lions, each 20 feet long and 11 feet tall protector the base of Nelson’s column and the church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, with its lunchtime concerts, dating from 1721 makes it popular destination for tourists.
GeekPro Camera 3.1 – Dual Screen is just a perfect camera to capture this magnificent square
GeekPro: London Eye
When you are on the London Eye the GeekPro Camera is a perfect companion to take some breathtaking panoramic photos or videos. London Eye – Millennium Wheel-Based on the bank of the River Thames near Waterloo Station is a spectacle well worth a visit. This London attraction will blow your mind away. Basically it is the biggest observation wheel in the world, hence its name. It will, over 30 minutes, make a full circle and thus give you a impressive view of London. It towers 135 meters over the Thames River. If there are clear skies you will have a 25-mile panoramic view.
It is a place in London where you have to use your GeekPro Camera 3.0 – 4K Ultra HD to get some 4K resolution pictures.
GeekPro: Buckingham Palace
Popularly known as “Buck House”, has served as the Monarch`s permanent London home since the accession of Queen Victoria. It began its days in 1702 as the Duke of Buckingham`s city residence, built on the site of a notorious brothel, and was sold by the Duke`s son to George III in 1762. The building was refurbished by Nash in the late 1820s for the Prince Regent, and again by Aston Webb in time for George V`s coronation in 1913. It is the largest private house in London – it has more than 660 rooms.
It is a great site to capture on the GeekPro Camera 3.1 – Dual Screen, but watch out that the guards don’t get you, when you are trying to take a photo of the queen.
GeekPro: Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge is one of the most famous London attractions and is just over a hundred years old, the Tower Bridge with its twin drawbridges, each weighing about 1,000 tons have been raised more then half a million times since it was built. It takes only 90 seconds for the bascules to be elevated with electric motors which replaced the steam engines. From Tower Bridge you can sight HMS Belfast, an 11,500-ton cruiser that opened the bombardment of the Normandy coast on D-Day.
GeekPro Camera 3.0 – 4K Ultra HD is just meant to be used when it gets dark and all the lights on the bridge get light up.
GeekPro: The Houses of Parliament with Big Ben
The Houses of Parliament Houses of Parliament is the place where laws governing British life are debated and passed. The building originates from 1840 after a fire demolished the previous building. The Gothic style was designed by Sir Charles Barry with help from A.W. The Queen rides in her State coach to Westminster to open each new session of Parliament, usually in the second week in November. A word of caution; in the summer months it can get pretty congested with tourists and traffic competing to cross Parliament Square. During the Summer Opening visitors can buy tickets to tour Parliament. It is arranged during the summer recess, when Parliament does not sit and Members work away from Westminster.
It is truly a magnificent building to remember for always, with the help of GeekPro Camera 3.1 – Dual Screen.