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HERO4 Black Edition

The HERO4 Black is GoPro’s newest and most advanced camera ever. You get the ability to shoot in ultra-high resolution 4K30 and high frame rate 1080p120 video, improved image quality, and a processor that’s twice as fast and rocking twice the video frame rates. This camera fits in the palm of your hand and was designed to capture stunning, immersive footage anytime, anywhere, and from any angle.
  • Shoot in professional-quality 4K30, 2.7k50, and 120fps 1080p
  • Glass front element with SuperView captures the widest, most immersive field of view
  • Waterproof to 131 feet (40m)
  • Protune settings gives you advanced manual control over exposure
  • Night photo and Night Lapse modes for shooting in low light
  • HiLight allows you to tag key moments in live video
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless sharing with phone or desktop

HERO4 Silver Edition

This is the Silver version of the HERO4, GoPro’s most advanced camera ever and it’s first camera with a built-in touchscreen display. Where the Black edition of the HERO4 offers 4K30 video, the Silver version has the ability to capture footage in either 1080p60 or 720p120. For those who don’t need to film in 4K at 30fps, this is the best way to capture POV shots with GoPro’s latest technology.
  • Built-in touchscreen for playback and easy control over settings
  • 12mp still photos up to 30 fps
  • Protune settings gives you advanced manual control over exposure
  • Night photo and Night Lapse modes for shooting in low light
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless sharing with phone or desktop
  • HiLight allows you to tag key moments in live video

HERO Camera

The HERO is the most affordable way to get your hands on a GoPro. This camera offers stunning video quality, a compact design with the camera integrated into the housing, built-in audio, and wide-angle lens, and it gives you two resolution options for recording: either 1080p or 720p. The HERO is perfect introduction into the GoPro family of cameras.
  • Shoot video in stunning 1080p30 or 720p60
  • QuikCapture powers on and records automatically with the push of a single button
  • Glass front element with SuperView captures the widest, most immersive field of view
  • Capture 5 megapixel photos using a 0.5 second Time Lapse mode or 5 frames-per-second burst mode
  • Waterproof to 131 feet (40m)
  • Auto Low Light mode adjusts frame rates to give you the best low-light video quality
  • Supports microSD cards up to 32GB

GoPro App

Control your GoPro camera remotely from your phone and get full, instant access to the GoPro channel. Use the app to connect to your camera and you get a preview of your video along with the ability to take a photo, start and stop recording, mark key moments while recording, and adjust exposure settings. Done recording? The app also allows you to share videos via email, text, social media, and more, and you can update your camera software anytime, anywhere.
About GoPro
The GoPro story starts simply enough; in 2002, Nick Woodman was surfing in Australia and wanted to capture the experience to share with his friends. However, inaccessible prices for inadequate camera systems inhibited the possibility of getting quality footage in the water. What to do? Well, fix the problem and start a business that fills this gaping hole in the market. By 2005, his first product was born: a 35mm film camera (the HERO 35mm) that attached via a wrist mount.

As digital camera technology became more accessible, however, the first iteration of the GoPro, the Digital HERO3, quickly followed suit. Needless to say, the Digital HERO3 was revolutionary. It had a 3-megapixel camera inside a waterproof housing rated to a depth of 30 meters. With the new digital platform to work with, GoPro technology improved at a rapid rate. The following year, the Digital HERO5 was born, which featured a wide-angle lens and improvements to the battery life, capture quality, and mount compatibility. And not too long after, in 2010, the GoPro platform finally went HD.

The first HD HERO could record video with a resolution of 1080p on a 5MP sensor, and just as importantly, it opened the way to a wide range of accessories and a larger memory card capacity. It was embraced almost immediately across every sport imaginable. Not to squander the attention and rabid fan loyalty, the HERO2 was launched shortly thereafter. The image sensor more than doubled in capability, and the concept of sport-themed packages was born. These allowed your GoPro to be tailored exactly to what you do through variations in the mounts and accessories. Now, there were packages with mounts for the chest, bike, car, head, surfboard, and even your dog.

Truly, the HERO2 was the boldest step in Woodman's initial dream: to enable anyone to document their lives and share it online. But while this was the realization of a dream, the HERO3 that was to follow was the birth of a new one entirely. This line of cameras not only delivered an unprecedented level of recording quality, but its WiFi connectivity made sharing your videos even easier. And GoPro’s latest and greatest, the HERO4, delivers professional-grade imaging at 4k30 and includes full manual exposure controls with ProTune and processor that’s twice as fast and rocking twice the video frame rates—all in a package that fits in the palm of your hand and so you can capture stunning, immersive footage anytime, anywhere, and from any angle.

But sure, while the history of GoPro models and technology is interesting, it's understandable to mistake the emphasis on technology for the absence of soul. On the contrary, though, since its inception, Woodman knew that you are the soul of GoPro. The camera is simply a tool for you to share your story, your life. And simple enough, it was always Woodman’s dream to make an incredible conduit to others at a price that's accessible to nearly anyone. In other words, by communicating your visual narrative with a worldwide audience, you can finally be a hero.

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