Product code: 82945103
Hero makes it easy to capture and share your world. Featuring high quality 1080p and 720p video, the Hero captures incredibly immersive footage. User friendly modes include QuikCapture which lets you power on the camera and start recording with a press of a single button and Burst Mode for fast action photo sequences.
Capture everything in superb 1080p Full HD quality at a smooth 30 frames per second. You can also shoot at 720p for even higher frame rates.
It’s not all about video. The Hero shoots detailed 5 megapixel images too.
View your footage and images or create incredible videos in no time. Better yet, the included GoPro software makes it simple to share everything on facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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- Accessories Included
- Skeleton Backdoor, Falat Adhesive Mount, Curved Adhesive Mount, Quick Release Buckle, USB Cable
This feature fixes onto the main subject and enhances focus on a snap's hot spots
- Battery Size & Number
- Li-ion battery
- Camera Type
- Action Camera
- Image Stabilisation
Irons out blur and shake, so your shots are super-sharp and your videos are stable
- Manual White Balance
Manual White Balance
Lets you manually adjust colour settings in different scenes
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN)
- Memory Card Type
- Micro SD (max. 32GB)
- Model name / number
- NFC Payment Enabled
NFC Payment Enabled
Devices with NFC (Near Field Connection) can be tapped together to establish a wireless connection for sending or streaming files and other data
- Power Supply
- Stills Mode
- Stills Resolution
- Video Resolution
- 1080p Full HD
- Zoom (digital)
Enlarges video captured by the optical zoom and makes it seem even closer. This involves zooming in on an existing image, so it gives slightly less detailed results than an equivalent optical zoom
- Zoom (optical)
Allows you to zoom the image closer to the subject. Optical zooms feature physically moving lens components, so it maintains the image quality as you zoom in. Digitial zooms essentially crop an existing image, so may lose image quality as they zoom in