HD video capture is becoming ever less expensive, meaning it's appearing in smaller and smaller form factors. Plenty of phones, including Apple's new iPhone 4, include 720p video capture, and it certainly won't be long before 1080p capture appears in equally compact devices. Mobiles and pocket recorders, however, aren't usually the most robust creations, meaning that choosing to shoot at a packed venue or underwater would be risky or impossible, respectively.
The founder of GoPro wanted to create a camera suitable for making surf videos, and started out selling an early version of the GoPro Hero from the back of his van, with great success! Since then the cameras have become very popular and the latest version, the HD Hero, is the first of the range to offer up to 1080p resolution video.
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GoPro Hero Black or above can record 4K 60fps/30fps/24fps videos offering the highest level of detail and clarity. However, 4K video often has a large file size. You may not be able to watch the GoPro 4K videos smoothly if your computer is old, or can't edit or play the GoPro 4K video if the video editor/player cannot perform well in handling 4K videos. Compressing GoPro Hero 4K to 1080p HD is the solution.
Processing 4K videos needs much CPU power and may cause your computer become tardy or freeze, but it would be easier if you have a hardware-accelerated video converter & editor at hand like WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe. Utilizing this GPU-accelerated video converter & editor can deliver ultrafast speed in downscaling GoPro Hero 4K to 1080p or converting GoPro Hero Black 4K HEVC videos.
Launch WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe and click "+Video" button to find and load the GoPro Hero 4K video which you'd like to compress to 1080p into the program. GoPro Hero Black 4K HEVC, 4K H.264 videos are supported. You can add several videos for batch editing and converting.
Compressing or converting GoPro 4K videos or other large videos consumes much CPU power. WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe delivers high performance in large 4K video decoding, processing and encoding since it utilizes Intel QSV and Nvidia CUDA/NVENC hardware acceleration. It is advised to enable hardware acceleration on the main interface to ensure a fast and smooth GoPro 4K to 1080p compressing process.
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). 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. 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. 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. 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[failed verification] has a new 12 MP sensor, the Sony IMX117, 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. 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.
In October 2015, GoPro released its third entry level camera: GoPro HERO+. 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.
HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session were introduced in September 2016. They are waterproof up to 10 m, support 4K video recording at up to 30 fps and 1080p at up to 120 fps, automatic upload of footage to cloud and voice controls.
The HERO6 Black was introduced on September 28, 2017. The camera is waterproof up to 10 m, supports 4K HEVC video recording at up to 60 fps and 1080p at up to 240 fps, automatic upload of footage to cloud, voice controls and 5 GHz Wi-Fi. It was the first GoPro sporting GoPro's custom system on a chip (SoC) the GP1.
The HERO7 White was intended as the entry-level camera, featuring only 1440p resolutions for video and time-lapse video functions and a lack of WDR or HDR in its photos. The HERO7 Silver was intended as the mid-range camera, featuring 4K resolutions for video and time-lapse video resolutions and WDR in its photo mode. Initially, both the HERO7 White and Silver defaulted to a video resolution of 1440p with 1080p only available by cropping. This was met with considerable criticism, of which GoPro responded by releasing software updates to both cameras to allow for change in default resolution to 1080p. The HERO7 White and Silver use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 624 image processor and use a firmware based on Android. In contrast to the HERO7 Black, these cameras lacked most time-lapse photo modes, ProTune, wake-on-voice capabilities, H.265 formats and live-streaming.
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.
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As this is GoPro's budget-focused action cam there's no 4K video capture on the Hero. You get the option to shoot at either Full HD 1080p, or at a slightly higher resolution of 1440p, although this does force the camera to shoot in a not very video-friendly 4:3 aspect ratio.
While the absence of 4K might seem to put the Hero at a disadvantage compared to some rivals, the quality of its Full HD 1080p footage is very good. We reckon you'd be hard-pushed to notice the difference between it and 4K on a smartphone or tablet screen, with footage appearing nice and smooth when replayed, although if you're going to be regularly replaying footage on a larger monitor or TV screen you may be want to look for a 4K action camera that offers greater clarity and sharpness.
Indeed, for many, good-quality 1080p or 1440p footage still holds up well for sharing to social media and it's a lot easier to edit, move around and upload than 4K or 5K. The good news is that even the cheapest GoPro cameras can do that, with even the old budget Hero 7 Silver models capable of recording all the way up to 4K30.
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