Hero3 GoPro Review
The new Hero3 GoPro is a fascinating piece of technology that is revolutionizing not only the sports world, but also the every day life of millions of people. Small enough to mount to surf boards, bikes, cars, and helmets, this new miniature camera is smaller and lighter and higher quality than any camera of its kind.
Advanced with its capabilities, the Hero Go Pro3 has built in wifi reception, a TrueView wide angle lens, low light iris compensation, and a 30% longer battery life than its previous models. Not only is it smaller and lighter, it also has some better resolutions from ultra hd footage all the way to 240 frames per second, a very valuable and versatile tool for any film maker.
Stunning video quality has made GoPro the world’s best-selling camera company, and the HERO3+ Black Edition continues this tradition. High-resolution, high-frame rate 1440p48, 1080p60, 960p100 and 720p120 video modes result in professional quality footage and allow for liquid-smooth slow motion playback. 4Kp15 and 2.7Kp30 enable ultra high-resolution, cinema quality capture. GoPro.com
Don’t forget about its 30 picture per second feature for capturing fast action sequences at 12 megapixels. We test out the Go Pro in several underwater and motion sequences to see how it would hold up. The 240 framers per second feature lives up to its name, despite the fact that is only shot that quality in 848X480. However, the quality of the footage is incredible and had a great time filming under water in its under water casing unit. For anyone who is new to editing video, there is the Go Pro3 studio video editor program that we highly recommend downloading containing several video drag and drop video templates. These template are very helpful for beginners who want impressive video projects without spending hours editing.
Finally, the Hero3 GoPro app is a neat new feature to allow you to work your GoPro from a distance, and install new software updates. For less than $400, this is a versatile camera that really does it all.
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