GoPro Hero 8 Black and Gopro Max review

GoPro Hero 8 Black and GoPro Max Action Cameras Launched, Feature HyperSmooth 2.0, Built-In Mount, and More

Popular action camera maker GoPro has launched its brand-new set of action cameras for 2019. The main one is the Hero 8 Black, the successor to the Hero 7 Black, which features a new frameless design with inbuilt mounting fingers; the ability to add mods; and improved Hyper Smooth 2.0 stabilisation for even more fluid footage. 

The Gopro Hero 8 Black’s frameless designs makes it super-simple to use and ultra clean looking. Gopro’s new flagship [ shooter is the most powerful and feature rich action camera in the words. With a simple yet highly intuitive interface that makes it easy to achieve premium results even for beginners.

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  • Frameless design is sleeker
  • The best image stabilisation available
  • Bombproof construction
  • Pre-set modes produce superb results
  • Simple post-production via the app


  • No front-facing display as standard
  • Unreliable voice commands

The second camera is the long-awaited upgrade to the GoPro Fusion, now simply called GoPro Max. Like the Hero 8 Black, this too has foldable mounting finders, dual lenses for 360 video and photo capture and 360-degree audio capture thanks to the presence of six microphones. But rather than being a one-trick pony, like the Fusion, the GoPro Max also allows you to use a single lens at a time, so it can be used as a traditional action camera or a 360-degree camera, depending on the activity you’re doing.

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  • Weight: 126g (no frame required
  • Dimensions: 66.3W x 48.6H x 28.4D (mm)
  • Video: 4K60, 2.7K120, 1080P240 
  • Photo: 12MP
  • Max video bit rate: 100Mbps (4K)
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • App: GoPro App integrated with Quick
  • SoC: GP1 Chip
  • Digital lenses: Super View, Wide, Linear, Narrow
  • Burst: 12MP 3, 5, 10 and 30fps with burst options of 1, 3, 6 and 10 seconds
  • Time Lapse: 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30-second and 1, 2, 5 and 30-minute intervals
  • Time Warp 2.0: 2x, 5x,10x 15x and 30x recording speeds
  • Night Lapse: 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30-second and 1, 2, 5 and 30-minute intervals
  • Touchscreen: Intuitive 2-inch LCD
  • Waterproofing: 10m (33ft) without a case
  • GPS: Yes
  • Voice control: Yes
  • Microphones: three
  • Battery: removable 1220mAh lithium-ion 
  • Stabilisation: Hyper Smooth 2.0 with High and Boost options
  • HDR: Super Photo, auto HDR processing
  • Live Streaming: Yes, via app
  • Other: Portrait mode, auto orientation
  • Memory storage: microSD with at least class 10 or UHS-I rating

Pricing and Availability:

The Hero 7 white will no longer be available, and the 360-degree max will replace the Gopro Fusion. In India, Gopro hero 8 will be available from October 20 for a price of INR. 36,000 ($399.99). Same as The Gopro max will go on sale late on October 24 for a price of INR. 47,000 ($499). Now its times to see when these two advanced action cameras launched in Nepal. We are eager to see the first look of it.

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