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GoPro Hero7: Black Edition
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The GoPro Hero7: Black Edition
GoPro’s HERO7 Black is a great little upgrade over the previous generation HERO6. These are the features we’re excited about:
What’s New? We are most pumped to try out GoPro’s HyperSmooth Video Stabilization. GoPro says the HERO7 has “gimbal-like” stabilization without the gimbal, and it’s way smoother than HERO6 footage straight out of camera. It likely won’t fully replace a gimbal, but it’s much simpler and will be ideal for most shooters. Vertical video is now supported, so you can immediately upload your fresh new hairdo from your GoPro, to your phone, and then to your live-story of choice without further editing. Additionally, the HERO 7 supports live streaming directly to sites utilizing RTMP like Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and Vimeo. Fans of hyperlapse will appreciate the built-in TimeWarp mode, and on the photo side, SuperPhoto promises to get the most out of your shots by using noise reduction and automatic HDR.
Frame Rates & Housing. Processing power looks to be similar to the HERO6; there’s been no increase in maximum frame rate from the previous model’s 4K @ 60 FPS, 2.7K @ 120 FPS, and Full HD @240 FPS. Still plenty fast to give you creamy slo-mo footage, and the HERO7 keeps GoPro’s previous body design—waterproof down to 33 feet WITHOUT an external housing.
Photo Capabilities. Photo modes are very similar to the HERO6. Resolution is still 12 MP at up to 30 FPS bursts, and frankly, we wouldn’t want more resolution from such a small sensor.Remote Control & Power. We highly recommend using the HERO7 with GoPro’s smartphone apps. The camera is much easier to control using the app and it even gives you the ability to share to social media straight from the app. The HERO7 uses the same rechargeable battery, microSD/HC/XC memory cards, and other accessories as the HERO6.
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