Update on May 19, 2017 The Hero4 Dark has been stopped and changed by the Hero5 Dark, a greater Camera with a water resistant external, touchscreen display screen, speech control, picture stabilizing, and a number of other developments for $399. The Hero4 Dark, however, can still be available on the market, but for around $100 more, the Hero5 Dark is a far excellent design. The Hero4 Dark is still a great Camera, and if you can find it for less than $200, it’s a good buy.
GoPro Hero4 Key Features
- Review Price: £320.00
- 1/2.3-inch CMOS with 12 megapixels
- MP4 recording at up to 4K and 30 frames per second at 60Mbits/sec
- Waterproof to 40m with bundled housing
- Mounting kit included
- Wi-Fi control functions via smartphone or remote
GoPro Hero4 Design
The exterior changes are simple but significant. The new style now recognizes battery pack power slotting in behind a trapdoor in the base – similar to most full-sized cameras or cameras – rather than having to accomplish the entire back. The part key which formerly only triggered Wi-Fi method now has a spanner symbol on it as a media now delivers up a contextual sub-menu, making directing through configurations much faster. A long media activates Wi-Fi method, and a media during documenting activates a ‘HiLight tag’ on the video, so you can discover those especially furry minutes more easily when it’s time to modify what you’ve documented.
GoPro Hero4 Features
The GoPro Hero4 Dark Version functions water resistant up to 40m, HiLight Tag (allows you to mark key minutes while documenting and then easily playback), automated low mild that adapts structure prices, high-performance sound, an ultra-wide position glass lens, and selectable FOV configurations. The GoPro HD Hero3+ Dark Version functions water resistant up to 40m, automated low mild method that modify structure prices, clearer pictures with less distortions, improved sound, amongst other factors. Both cameras are similar in terms of functions, though the GoPro HD Hero4 Dark Version offers a bit more (selectable FOV, HiLight Tag, etc).
GoPro Hero4 Features Images Quality
Judging picture on a POV action cam can be challenging, especially when you compare it to a large indicator, exchangeable lens DSLR or film Camera. But with a powerful new processer, the Hero4 Dark really performs exceptionally well in 4K. Even when downscaled to 1080, we noticed that the Hero4 Dark contains more details and shade information then any POV Camera we’ve tested. (The Hero3+ and Hero4 catch 4K but only at 15 or 12 fps, which is pretty useless.) When capturing with Protune with the Flat shade information, you really have the opportunity to easily cut your GoPro video into a combined Camera schedule with good shade rating.