GoPro HERO7 Black

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  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • GoPro HERO7 Black

Specs / Features


Hyper smooth video stabilization - get gimbal‑like stabilization-without the gimbal. Hero7 Black predicts your movements and corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage.  | Rugged + waterproof - share experiences you can't capture with your phone. Hero7 Black is rugged, waterproof without a housing to 33ft (10M) and up for any adventure. | Voice control - Stay in the moment. Control your Hero7 Black hands free with voice commands Like "GoPro, take a photo" and "GoPro, start recording." | Super photo - get the best photos automatically. With Super photo, Hero7 Black intellig... More

Hyper smooth video stabilization - get gimbal‑like stabilization-without the gimbal. Hero7 Black predicts your movements and corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage.  | Rugged + waterproof - share experiences you can't capture with your phone. Hero7 Black is rugged, waterproof without a housing to 33ft (10M) and up for any adventure. | Voice control - Stay in the moment. Control your Hero7 Black hands free with voice commands Like "GoPro, take a photo" and "GoPro, start recording." | Super photo - get the best photos automatically. With Super photo, Hero7 Black intelligently appliances HDR, local tone mapping or noise reduction to optimize your shots.  | Live streaming - share your Story as you live it with video streaming to Facebook live. You can save your streamed videos to your SD card in high resolution.

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Specification

Video Features
4K Yes
Photo Features
Megapixels 12 MP
Burst rates (frames/sec) Auto, 30/1, 30/2, 30/3, 30/6, 10/1, 10/2, 10/3, 5/1, 3/1
Time lapse intervals 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30, 60 seconds
CONTINUOUS PHOTO RATES Yes
Usability Features
Storage Memory microSD with at least Class 10 or UHS-I rating
Ports HDMI, USB-C
Brand GoPro
Model CHDHX-701
Release date 30-September-2018
Size 6.23 x 4.49 x 3.3 cm (2.5 x 1.8 x 1.3 in)
Weight 116 grams
(4.09 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Firstpost

Expensive but comes with the best video stabilisation

from Firstpost

If adventure is your life, get the GoPro Hero 7 Black. If you’re an occasional adventurer, go for lesser expensive options.

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If adventure is your life, get the GoPro Hero 7 Black. If you’re an occasional adventurer, go for lesser expensive options.

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VR-Zone

Hypersmooth stabilisation makes gimbals obsolete

from VR-Zone

The real value in the Hero 7 Black is its ability to deliver professional-grade footage, both in terms of image quality and stabilisation. The added feature of TimeWarp makes for a brilliant videography trick that would help in telling stories, especially with today’s more snappy, fast-pace style of edits.

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The real value in the Hero 7 Black is its ability to deliver professional-grade footage, both in terms of image quality and stabilisation. The added feature of TimeWarp makes for a brilliant videography trick that would help in telling stories, especially with today’s more snappy, fast-pace style of edits.

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Stuff

Excellent image stabilisation and good all-round image quality

from Stuff

HyperSmooth makes a huge impact on videos, which means we’d even suggest owners of the Hero6 Black give some thought into the upgrade. GoPro are making it easier to create top quality shareable video content across social channels too, so expect to see your instagram stories feed get a bit more action-packed. 

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HyperSmooth makes a huge impact on videos, which means we’d even suggest owners of the Hero6 Black give some thought into the upgrade. GoPro are making it easier to create top quality shareable video content across social channels too, so expect to see your instagram stories feed get a bit more action-packed. 

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Mashable

Super smooth video without a clunky gimbal

from Mashable

The GoPro Hero 7 Black's built-in stabilization is so good it eliminates the need for expensive and clunky gimbals.

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The GoPro Hero 7 Black's built-in stabilization is so good it eliminates the need for expensive and clunky gimbals.

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T3

Stabilised 4K video at 60fps is a game changer

from T3

The GoPro Hero7 Black is undoubtedly the most powerful action camera the company has created. This year’s updates have made getting professional looking shots easier, rather than bumping specs (for the same price as GoPro’s previous flagship £379), and as a result, we think GoPro has done enough to retain the action camera crown.

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The GoPro Hero7 Black is undoubtedly the most powerful action camera the company has created. This year’s updates have made getting professional looking shots easier, rather than bumping specs (for the same price as GoPro’s previous flagship £379), and as a result, we think GoPro has done enough to retain the action camera crown.

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Wired

Gets even better

from Wired

Ultimately, there’s nothing not to like here, but it feels more like an iterative upgrade rather than a whole new camera. That’s not a bad thing. The Hero6 Black was our number one recommended action cam last year, and the Hero7 Black is the same camera, but better. What’s unknown is if th...More

Ultimately, there’s nothing not to like here, but it feels more like an iterative upgrade rather than a whole new camera. That’s not a bad thing. The Hero6 Black was our number one recommended action cam last year, and the Hero7 Black is the same camera, but better. What’s unknown is if these updates will be enough to keep the Hero on the throne throughout another year.

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Daily Express

A new standard for video stabilisation

from Daily Express

This notion of sharing and speed and efficiency is really one of the key things GoPro is pushing with the new camera. Overall, the new GoPro is about refinement and it drastically streamlines the process of capturing and sharing.

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This notion of sharing and speed and efficiency is really one of the key things GoPro is pushing with the new camera. Overall, the new GoPro is about refinement and it drastically streamlines the process of capturing and sharing.

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Pocket-lint

Smooth operator

from Pocket-lint

GoPro's latest camera is undoubtedly its best yet. The advanced stabilisation works well in most conditions, improving massively on the Hero 6. It might not be enough for Hero 6 owners to upgrade, but anyone with any previous camera should consider it.

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GoPro's latest camera is undoubtedly its best yet. The advanced stabilisation works well in most conditions, improving massively on the Hero 6. It might not be enough for Hero 6 owners to upgrade, but anyone with any previous camera should consider it.

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Engadget

An action camera for the social age

from Engadget

The Hero 7 might not come with a host of new shooting modes or imaging improvements, but it does come with a few key tweaks that make it exciting to new and old users alike. The upgrade in stability alone will save hours of potential memories from the trash can.

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The Hero 7 might not come with a host of new shooting modes or imaging improvements, but it does come with a few key tweaks that make it exciting to new and old users alike. The upgrade in stability alone will save hours of potential memories from the trash can.

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Tech Advisor

Plenty of new tech hidden beneath

from Tech Advisor

So the GoPro Hero 7 Black isn’t hugely different from the last model. In fact, when it comes to design and core specs, it’s pretty much the same. The new features are on the inside and within the software. Namely HyperSmooth brings excellent stabilisation that will be a real boon for anyone u...More

So the GoPro Hero 7 Black isn’t hugely different from the last model. In fact, when it comes to design and core specs, it’s pretty much the same. The new features are on the inside and within the software. Namely HyperSmooth brings excellent stabilisation that will be a real boon for anyone using the camera in situations where a gimbal isn’t an option.

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