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The company was founded by Nick Woodman in 2002.[6] He was motivated by a 2002 surfing trip to Australia in which he was hoping to capture high quality action photos, but could not because amateur photographers could not get close enough or buy appropriate quality equipment at reasonable prices.[7] The 'GoPro' name came about as Woodman and his surfing friends all aspired to become professional surfers as 'going pro' was the ultimate goal and the only way to be filmed on the water at that time.[8][9][10]The camera range was branded 'Hero' as their aim was to capture close-up action shots that made the subject look like a hero.[8]

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The basic HD HERO was marketed either with a basic set of accessories (case and mount) as the "Naked", or in bundles with additional accessories named for the intended purpose (such as the HD Helmet HERO, HD Motorsports HERO, and HD Surf HERO).[75] For all HD HERO variants, the camera shoots a maximum of 1080p video with a reduced field of view (127) on its 5 MP sensor.[76] Alternative resolutions for the HD HERO included 960p30, 720p60, 720p30, and 480p60, with the same wide-angle (170) view as the previous-generation Wide HERO.[62] It was first listed on January 25, 2010.

The HERO3 Silver and Black cameras have significantly less battery endurance than the HD HERO Original and HERO2.[82] For example, in 720p resolution with 25/30 fps, while HD HERO Original and HERO2 have a stated battery runtime of 3 hours, HERO3 Silver Edition has a stated battery runtime of 2 hours, and HERO3 Black Edition has a stated battery runtime of 1.5 hours (the Black Edition's "most economical" setting is 1080p/30 fps, so this also partially contributes to its poor battery runtime).

The Black Edition[83][failed verification] has a new 12 MP sensor, the Sony IMX117,[84] that can capture 4K UHD digital video at 15 fps, 2.7K video at 30 fps, 1440p at 48 fps, 1080p at 60 fps, 960p at 100 fps, 720p at 120 fps and WVGA at 240 fps.[85] The IMX117 is the first BSI sensor included in a GoPro. The Black edition also includes the WiFi Remote. The Black Edition cannot record at 25/30 fps in 720p and WVGA resolutions; it can only record at very fast frame rates in those resolutions. This is a deliberate firmware limitation, as the manufacturer does not expect that this high-end camera model will be used at these lower resolutions and frame rates.

The HERO4 Black Edition still has a 12 megapixel (MP) CMOS and a f/2.8 fixed maximum aperture and focus free. It adds Bluetooth connectivity, Highlight tag, Protune Available for photo and a new processor claimed by GoPro to be twice as fast as that of the HERO3+ Black Edition, doubling the frame rates in most resolutions. The HERO4 Black Edition can record 4K UHD video (38402160) at a frame rate of 24, 25 and 30 fps.[93] In Superview mode, 4K is only possible at 25 fps. Many other rates and resolutions are available. The HERO4 Black Edition still shoots stills at a maximum of 12 MP with a maximum burst rate of 30 fps. With Wi-Fi disabled at 4K/30, GoPro claims the HERO4 Black Edition battery life to be 65 minutes, increasing to a maximum of 1h 50' at 720p/240.[94] The HERO4 Black battery is in a different form factor than its predecessors. Initial side-by-side comparisons of HERO3+ and HERO4 Black edition video results suggest that the newer model has more detail at long range and similar performance at close range.

In October 2015, GoPro released its third entry level camera: GoPro HERO+.[78][109] This camera is the same as the previous HERO+LCD with its 1080p 60 fps / 720p 60 fps video resolution, 8 MP / 5 fps burst photo resolution, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, waterproof up to 40 m and other modes like Superview, Auto Low Light, QuikCapture and Timelapse mode which automatically captures photos at set time intervals from 0.5 to 60 seconds. However, it does not have an LCD built-in touchscreen display and it is slightly lighter than HERO+LCD. The HERO+ weighs 123 g whereas the HERO+LCD weighs 127 g. The housing also remained the same.

By contrast, the HERO7 Black was introduced at the high-end level and primarily encompasses the features of the HERO6 Black with major improvements. The HERO7 Black introduced a heavily improved electronic image stabilisation known as "HyperSmooth" video stabilization, which GoPro has advertised heavily as "Gimbal-Like", as its primary improvement.[127] This feature has resulted in a new time-lapse video feature known as "TimeWarp", essentially a hyperlapse mode, although the original time-lapse video mode continues to remain. The HERO7 Black also introduced a live-streaming feature that would live-stream content, in 720p, directly from the HERO7 Black to the user's social media account, provided the user keeps a nearby internet-connected device.

The HERO8 Black essentially contained the former features of the HERO7 Black, however improved on certain functions. Most notably, the "HyperSmooth" feature introduced in the HERO7 Black was improved on and named "HyperSmooth 2.0", also resulting in an improvement of the TimeWarp feature introduced in the HERO7 Black. The HERO8 Black also improved the image quality, improving the HDR functions of the camera to allow HDR to assist the SuperPhoto function of the camera that automatically chooses what image processing to use such as high dynamic range (HDR). GoPro also reintroduced the field-of-view (FOV) functionality as, "Digital Lenses" which retains the original SuperView, Wide, Narrow, Linear FOV settings. Moreover, live-streaming now streams in 1080p instead of the HERO7 Black's 720p and the RAW imaging functionality has now been expanded for all photo modes.

The Alcatel One Touch Hero is powered by a Mediatek MT6589 chipset. It has a quad-core Cortex-A7 processor running at 1.5GHz, 2GB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX544 GPU. Those are not bad base specs, they are in fact a little better than what the Moto G has and that one performed wonderfully. But the Moto G is a 720p device, while the Hero has a 1080p screen.

Time for some fun with 3D gaming. 1080p and mid-range chipsets don't usually match but the PowerVR SGX544 usually makes for a good GPU. It turns out that GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt level graphics are too much for the Hero, which offered a low 12fps. Other phablets like the Mate and Mega 6.3 don't do too hot either, but they only have to render graphics at 720p, which gives them a big boost.

Still, benchmark graphics are more demanding than real-world game graphics, so we tried Epic Citadel at High Quality. There the Hero posted a playable 43.5fps framerate, actually beating the 720p devices, which ran at their native resolution. So games shouldn't be a problem, even with the 1080p screen. Perhaps not the most demanding games, but most.

SUNDAY, JULY 11[EDITOR'S NOTE: Audio Descriptions for tonight's episodes of DUNCANVILLE, HOUSEBROKEN, THE SIMPSONS, THE GREAT NORTH, BOB'S BURGERS and FAMILY GUY are available on the SAP Audio Channel.]--"THE GREAT NORTH" - (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) CC-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1 BEEF MEETS HIS HEROON "THE GREAT NORTH"SUNDAY, JULY 11, ON FOXBeef and Wolf meet their hero, legendary mountain man Tusk Johnson! Meanwhile, Judy and the rest of the Tobin clan become addicted to '80s primetime soap "Dynasty" in the "Tusk in the Wind Adventure" episode of THE GREAT NORTH airing Sunday, July 11 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (GRN-109) (TV-PG D, L, V)Voice Cast: Nick Offerman as Beef; Jenny Slate as Judy; Dulce Sloan as Honey Bee.Guest Cast: Kevin Avery as Dull Male Voice; Brooke Dillman as Doris and Zoya; J.K. Simmons as Tusk. Share

The step-down Hero4 Silver ($400), like the current GoPro Hero 3 Silver, also offers up to 4K video recording, but at a slower 15 fps frame rate, 2.7K resolution video at 30 fps, FullHD 1080p at 60p and HD 720p at up to 120p. It also adds a touchscreen LCD.


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