Gopro Hero 7 Description
Founded in 2002, GoPro is an American company that manufactures action cameras, mobile apps and video editing software. The GoPro HERO7 is one of the latest cameras in the GoPro lineup and was released in 2018. Based on features, specification, colour and design, the GoPro Hero 7 camera comes in three types; HERO7 White, HERO7 Silver and HERO7 Black. The sensor size and aperture are the same on the three variants, where 1/2.3 inch being the sensor size and f/2.8 the aperture. The HERO7 White holds the dimensions of 62.3 x 44.9 x 28.3 mm and weighs 92.4 g. The video options on the GoPro HERO7 White are 1440p60 and 1080p60 while the supported video format is MP4 (H.264). Sporting a touchscreen display, the still image resolution on the GoPro Hero7 White is 10 Megapixel and the photo burst continuous shooting rate is 15 frames per second. Though the GoPro Hero7 White provides image stabilization, it doesn't support Loop Recording, Live Streaming and TimeWarp videos. With a water-resistant body, the GoPro HERO7 comes with a built-in non-removable battery as well as WIFI and Bluetooth connectivity.
The GoPro HERO7 Silver shares the same dimensions, image resolution and photo burst rate as the white variant but has 4K30, 1440p60, 1080p60 video options. Like the White version, the GoPro Hero7 Silver features image stabilization but doesn't offer Loop Recording, Live Streaming and TimeWarp videos. Another difference between the two variants is that along with WIFI and Bluetooth, the Silver version comes with GPS functionality too. The GoPro HERO7 Black is the most advanced in the trio and features a new "HyperSmooth" video stabilization mode. This variant comes with improved timelapse video capabilities and live streaming option. The rugged body of the GoPro HERO7 Black is waterproof and gives a gimbal-like stabilization–without even sporting a gimbal, allowing for shooting amazingly smooth videos. Features on the GoPro HERO7 include TimeWarp Video, Loop Recording and Live Streaming as well as Voice Control and HyperSmooth stabilization. Video modes on the GoPro HERO7 black variant are 4K60, 2.7K120, 1440p120 and 1080p240 and the still image resolution is 12 MP and a photo burst rate of 30 frames per second. The Hero 7 Black uses a replaceable 1220 mAh, Li-Ion battery and will give you two hours of shooting.