GoPro has become a phenomenon in the world of extreme sports and leisure. You can see it in the most unexpected places. These cameras will invade the world with no fear in the soul of their holders to revoke the simple laws of air, water and earth elements. That is why the new model HERO 4 will make the heart beats drum more often.
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 really capable for recording video in 4K resolution at a speed of 30 frames per second, 1080p at 120fps and 720p at 240fps, which has become possible with the advent of the new SoC Ambarella A9 chip (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 13-megapixel photo sensor, a completely new lens for shooting in dark, together with Multi-Exposure and HDR WDR tone mapping, electronic image stabilization, and an improved MCTF. Dual sensor interfaces 12-lane SLVDS/HiSPiTM/subLVDS, 4-lane, remote viewfinder playback which is extremely easy to use. You shouldn’t have special technical knowledge or skills to do it. GoPro Hero cameras are amazing because they have a waterproof housing with a flat lens for shooting under water (up to 60m). Built-in Wi-Fi module, USB & HDMI - the only thing that brings it closer to homeliness. 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.
GoPro Hero 4 will position the retail shelves in October 2014. Action Cameras of GoPro have become extremely popular as an excellent way to capture high-quality video at high speeds relative to the price that usually is $340.