Today as we have already reported GoPro has made major announcements in its product line-up, with two models aimed at the enthusiastic audience looking for the best available to capture extreme sports scenes in adverse situations for a traditional camera such as underwater. . The releases of Hero 8 Black and MAX 360º cameras reinforce the company's dominance in this field.
Hero 8 Black update aims to position model above DJI OSMO Action
Hero 8 Black has kept the design very similar to the previous version, with minor changes. The biggest advance according to GoPro is associated with image quality as well as the HyperSmooth 2.0 stabilization system, with promise of even better results in adverse shooting situations. New shooting modes, enhanced lens and TimeWarp 2.0 are also among the highlights. But the highlight is certainly the possibility of connecting accessories, for now 3 options, an extra display, a "lamp" and a system with better microphones.
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The different MAX 360º from Fusion now features a color touch display, which will greatly help control features such as viewing the camera itself, especially as Fusion's compatibility with Android smartphones is very limited. The design didn't change much from the new display, but it got lighter and also had record quality improvements.
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Soon we hope to do a full analysis of the two models, perhaps even a comparison with DJI OSMO Action, although DJI is not very interested in sending, alias, now the company will also have to move in the segment of drones, because the Skydio 2 announced today also promises to warm up the competition in this segment.