There is no doubt that GoPro have forever changed the face of home videos. In fact they’ve revolutionised the face of filming to such an extent that you can film anything, anywhere, whenever you like. In HD. Gone are the days of scratchy, out of focus films limited to your back garden because the power cord only has a 2m reach. For the dudes at GoPro the world constituted more than just their backyards and they wanted to film it. Whether in the air, on the ground or under the water, the new GoPro HERO 4 will film anything from leisure to extreme activities in supreme quality. Check out the promo video for it.
Check out the specs for the GoPro HERO 4 from dgise.com below:
“First of all GoPro HERO is a compact, rugged, lightweight (less than 100 grams) action camera with a special attachment for anything (boards, kiteboarding, surfing, windsurfing, helmets, ski poles, cars, bikes, BMXs and other movable staff). Everyone will be able to enjoy hours of video about your achievements and exciting emotions in 4K quality.
GoPro HERO 4 is capable for recording video in 4K resolution at a speed of 30 frames per second, 2.7K at 50fps, 1440p at 80fps, and 720p/960p/1080p at 120fps. Such high video quality has become possible with a 2x more powerful processor SoC Ambarella A9 (dual A9 ARM Core ® CortexTM-A9 processor 1GHz with FPU accelerator) for advanced applications, wireless connection and streaming video in social media.
GoPro HERO 4 will also come with a 12-megapixel photo sensor, a completely new lens for shooting in the dark, together with Multi-Exposure and HDR WDR tone mapping, electronic image stabilization, an improved MCTF and a QuikCapture feature. Dual sensor interfaces 12-lane VDS/HiSPiTM/subLVDS, 4-lane, remote viewfinder playback, which is extremely easy to use. You shouldn’t have special technical knowledge or skills to manage it. GoPro HERO cameras are amazing because they have a waterproof casing with a flat lens for shooting under water (up to 130ft or 40m). Built-in Wi-Fi module, Bluetooth, USB & HDMI are the only things that can bring you back home. The camera has the ability to capture static images during video recording and perform encoding H.264/ BP / MP / HP Level 5.1 and MJPEG.
For now we actually know that the new GoPro friend will be available in two different specs: silver and black. The Silver HERO 4 unfortunately doesn’t offer 4K video at 30fps, but it delivers the professional video capture 4K at 15fps, 2.7K at 30fps, 1440p at 48fps, 1080p at 60fps, 960p at 100fps, and only 720p at 120fps. The most important hallmark of Silver model is an LCD display on the back side, which will be absent in Black Edition version.”
You stay classy,