Thursday, October 3, 2019

Go Pro 8 is now Official

The design of the new Hero 8 is slick, and the various in-camera software improvements make it even easier for non-pro users, but my favorite thing about the Hero 8 is the new ability to customize menus.

Tapping a tiny touchscreen while treading water or standing in the icy winds atop a cornice of snow is not anyone's idea of fun. The less you have to interact with the touchscreen the better, and with the new menu customization I hardly touched it at all.

In previous GoPros, tapping the currently selected presets would open up the settings page where you could clumsily navigate to make changes. It was cumbersome, and there was almost no customization possible. The Hero 8 swings the other way, letting you customize everything. Tap the selected preset and you'll now get a list of all your presets. It's a simple change that makes it super easy to switch between video modes with all your favorite settings dialed in.

You can even customize which options show up on the home screen for each preset. At first it's almost overwhelming, but once you spend some time placing everything the way you want it, day-to-day use becomes so much easier. Like the cage-less design, it feels like the way things should have always been.

Simpler design that requires less fiddling is a running theme for the changes between the Hero 7 and the new Hero 8. GoPro has addressed the pain points in the Hero 7, improved the software, and turned out a camera that's better for action-cam enthusiasts and vloggers alike.

Main Features are here:

Digital Lenses

Now it’s easier to get the best view of whatever you’re doing. Tap through four lenses: Narrow, distortion-free Linear, Wide and SuperView.

HyperSmooth 2.0

A radical enhancement to HyperSmooth, HyperSmooth 2.0 now has multiple levels of stabilization—including Boost—and game-changing in-app horizon leveling.

TimeWarp 2.0

Get that surreal TimeWarp effect you love—now with automatic speed selection. Or just tap to speed it up or slow it down.

SuperPhoto + Improved HDR

Crank up the contrast, kill the blur and shred. The revamped algorithm delivers badass action shots with detail you never thought possible.

Night Lapse Video

Harness that nighttime magic in 4K, 2.7K, 1440p or 1080p and watch the scene come alive with epic detail.

Rugged + Waterproof

When you wanna play rough, HERO8 Black is always game. Plus it’s completely waterproof down to 33ft (10m).

LiveBurst

LiveBurst mode captures 1.5 seconds before and after you hit the shutter—so you can pick the perfect shot from 90 still images. Or, share a 3-second 4K video clip. Ah, choice.



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