New GoPro Hero7 Introduces Hypersmooth Video

GoPro have set the camera-world abuzz by announcing the release of it’s new flagship action camera; the GoPro Hero7 Black.

Introduced to the world only last week, the new GoPro Hero7 will succeed the Hero6, which was released alongside the ground-breaking Fusion 360 camera.

The Hero7 has kept many features found in previous models including a 12MP camera, video up to 4K resolution at 60fps, voice control, burst mode, time lapse, slow mo and waterproof to 10M (33FT).

The GoPro Hero7 Action Camera
The GoPro Hero7 Action Camera

A new SuperPhoto mode is featured with the Hero7’s 12MP camera that automatically works with HDR, local tone mapping and noise reduction to produce eye-catching images.

A New SuperPhoto mode for the GoPro Hero7 12MP Camera
A New SuperPhoto mode for the GoPro Hero7 12MP Camera

It also features the standard 1’4″ screw-in attachment, allowing you to attach such tripods like the 3 Legged Thing Iggy Mini Tripod Kit.

But the Hero7’s biggest and newest feature is it’s incredible gimbal-like stabilisation when shooting video. GoPro have achieved this thanks to the use of its GP1 chip (first featured in the Hero6 camera) and a lot more extra RAM.

The Hero7 Black “predicts your movements and corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage,” says GoPro. Check it out for yourself in the video below.

GoPro Hero7 Black Specs

Camera: 12MP (With SuperPhoto)
Video: 4K60
Waterproof without housing (10M/33FT)
Removable Battery
2-inch Touchscreen with zoom
Voice Control
Live Streaming
Slow Mo to 8x
Burst Mode & Time-lapse
Night Mode
Advanced Wind Noise Reduction
Wi-Fi + Bluetooth connectivity
Price: £379.99
Release date: Shipping from 2nd October 2018

As well as the Black, GoPro also announced two other action cameras to the Hero7 line-up; Hero7 White and Hero7 Silver. For a further comparison of the three cameras check out the GoPro comparison table.

GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero7 Silver and Hero7 White
GoPro Hero7 Black, Hero7 Silver and Hero7 White

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