Items tagged with HERO4

Polaroid looked to make headlines today with its teeny tiny Cube+ which brings Wi-Fi connectivity, microSD support, and image stabilization with bargain basement pricing of $150. GoPro sees your Polaroid Cube+ and raises you the Hero 4 Session. GoPro’s Hero4 Session is also a cube-like action camera, albeit one with a significantly higher price tag (we’ll get to that a little bit later). GoPro bills the Hero 4 Session as its “smallest, lightest, most convenient” action camera yet, with the device coming in at 40 percent lighter and 50 percent smaller than the Hero 4 Black and Hero 4 Silver. But don’t let the small size fool you; the Hero 4 Session is pretty well stacked with support for 1080p60,... Read more...
GoPro is continuing its drive to flesh out its low-end action cam lineup with the introduction of a new model: the Hero+ LCD. The Hero+ LCD might not have the wealth of features granted to its high-end siblings like the ability to capture 4K video or dazzle with extreme slo-mo, but it also doesn’t come with a wallet-busting price tag either. The Hero+ LCD has the ability to shoot 1080p video at 60fps, and can capture still frames at 8MP. You’ll also find a touch display on the rear of the camera to aid in framing your shot and controlling in-camera playback (not to mention adjust camera controls and settings). However, one downside (at least in comparison to its more expensive Hero 4 sibling)... Read more...
GoPro has earned a reputation as the go-to brand when you need a camera for recording action on the go, but if you thought the company planned to rest on its past success, think again. Today sees the unveiling of GoPro's HERO4, the title given to the company's highest performance line of capture devices it has ever made. The HERO4 comes in two editions -- HERO4 Black for $499 and HERO4 Silver for $399 (both are MSRPs). Starting with the more expensive device, the HERO4 Black edition delivers twice the performance of its best-selling predecessor and has been upgraded to capture 4K Ultra HD video at 30 frames per second, 2.7K video at 50fps, and Full HD 1080p video at 120fps -- fast enough to allow... Read more...