|Item Weight||1.61 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||9.45 x 7.36 x 5.71 inches|
GoPro Hero 7 Black Edition with Two Extra GoPro USA Batteries + Sandisk Extreme 64GB MicroSD + Free Polaroid 16GB MicroSD (80GB Total)
- RITZ CAMERA BUNDLE INCLUDES 5 ITEMS -- ALL BRAND NEW ITEMS WITH ALL MANUFACTURER-SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES + FULL USA WARRANTIES
- GoPro Hero 7 Black Edition Camera, Sandisk 64GB U3 MicroSDHC & Polaroid 16GB MicroSDHC card, and Two Original GoPro Batteries
- Rugged + Waterproof: Share experiences you can’t capture with your phone. HERO7 Black is rugged, waterproof without a housing to 10 m and up for any adventure.
- HyperSmooth: Get gimbal like stabilization – without the gimbal. HERO7 Black corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage.
- TimeWarp: Capture super-stabilized time lapse videos while you move about a scene. Increase the speed up to 30x to turn longer activities into shareable moments.
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GoPro HERO7 Black
Freakishly smooth footage. Smart-capture superpowers. Battle-tested and waterproof without a housing. This is HERO7 Black, the most advanced GoPro ever. With HyperSmooth stabilization, you’ll get gimbal like video— without the gimbal. A new intelligent photo mode delivers the best, most brilliant images automatically. And now with live streaming and the GoPro app, you can share every amazing moment as you live it. HERO7 Black takes GoPro performance—and your photos and videos—to a whole new level.
(1) Stream video directly to Facebook Live. Live stream to other platforms using an RTMP URL. Facebook app and account required.
HyperSmooth 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.
Stay in the moment. Control your HERO7 Black hands-free with voice commands like 'GoPro, take a photo' and 'GoPro, start recording.'
Get the best photos automatically. With SuperPhoto, HERO7 Black intelligently applies HDR, local tone mapping or noise reduction to optimize your shots.
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 (1).
Capture super stabilized time lapse videos while you move about a scene. Increase the speed up to 30x to turn longer activities into shareable moments.
4K60 Video + 12MP Photos
HERO7 Black shoots stunning 4K60 video and 12MP photos that are as awesome as the moments themselves.
8x Slo-Mo Video
With ultra high frame rate 1080p240 video, you can slow things down by up to 8x to relive funny, interesting or epic moments in all their glory.
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GoPro has finally unleashed its most advanced HERO model to date: the HERO7. Boasting of improved image quality, a brand new suite of features, and the same cutting-edge waterproof build, this latest addition to the brand’s popular line of action cameras is designed to bring your photography and videography to the next level. New to the HERO7 is the portrait shooting orientation, which is a refreshing alternative to the standard horizontal option. Film Ultra HD 4K videos at up to 60fps with the built-in HyperSmooth Video Stabilization for smoother, professional-quality footage without the need for a gimbal stabilizer. You can also record in 2.7K at up to 120 frames per second and in Full HD 1080p at up to 240 frames per second for truly breathtaking, super slow-motion videos. The HERO7 action camera also captures vivid and detailed 12MP still images, with a burst photo mode at up to 30 frames per second.
♦ GoPro Hero 7 Black Action Camera
♦ Sandisk Extreme 64GB U3 microSDHC Memory Card
♦ TWO GoPro Hero 7 Original Spare Batteries
♦ Polaroid 16GB MicroSDHC Memory Card
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1) When using 1080/30fps, the battery life is approximately an hour. That sucks. It means I have to stop during my rides and switch the battery.
2) When I use aspect ratio 16:9 with a resolution of 4k/60fps, the video freezes up, and the battery life is maybe 30 minutes. Terrible for vloggers or people looking to record day trips.
I will probably have to look into wiring up my motorcycle to charge my gopro as I ride.
3) The recorded video files are a max of 3.9 gigs, so during a couple hour motorcycle ride - aside from having to swap batteries - I will have 8+ video files that I'm going to have to combine in my software before uploading to youtube.
4) The sound has not yet worked with an external mic. GoPro has a lot of recommendations for external mics, but they also say that lavalier should work. I've tried purple panda and powerdewise, neither of which work. Understand you not only need an adapter cord (that comes with both mics), but you also need gopro's mic adapter. So even if I get all that to work with the replacement camera, it's still a pain and it's going to cost you approximately 70+ out of pocket on top of the camera.
5) The biggest problem with this camera is relating to #4. There is NO unearthly reason why GoPro should not have their external mic with the tech of the sound adapter built into it. Now that's not a reason to lower my rating on this particular camera, but it's a contributing factor to the multitude of negative issues I've experienced with this camera. And that's an issue others are going to have to deal with as well, especially those looking to motovlog.
TIP 1: Keep an eye on GoPro's sound adapter's at their website and buy the adapter for 50 bucks from them. Pirates are buying their stock and upselling them for 30+ more on ebay, here on amazon and elsewhere. Please don't buy from these pirates or they'll continue doing it. Pass the word on that.
TIP 2: For models earlier than gopro hero 5, you don't need the sound adapter. I believe it's a cord. From what I understand, recording audio is easier with earlier models.
The positives of this camera is recording sound without an external mic is fine, standing around, etc. but when riding there's wind noise that makes it so you won't even be heard except when not riding.
I like the image/video quality. Seems this would be ideal for short videos.
There is a wrist band that comes with it to start/stop operation. I'll start using that when I get the replacement so I won't be recording my whole ride; that should help save some battery life.
There's a 4:3 aspect ratio, which I was told was more for portrait, but I may see if that narrows the focus a bit more when I'm riding.
Motovlogging so far hasn't been a favorable experience for me, and even at that, there are many times when I need to tuck - when I go fast and/or it's windy - and then I'm only recording my dash. Again, that'd be a good time to shut off the camera, but I can't be turning it on and off all the time while I'm riding, so I imagine I'll have to plan ahead better. I guess I just figured - having no prior experience with a gopro - that I'd be able to record a whole motorcycle ride and, well, all you experts are going to say why give this a low rating for stuff I didn't know? Well, I think it's a problem. I don't like that the battery life is so terrible. I don't like that a product is touted as being 4K with 60 fps, but I'll be lucky to record for more than maybe 15-20 minutes before the battery will die. Who hikes or rides or kayak's for 20 minutes? Plus the main reason for the low rating is a culmination of all these factors, mostly the issues I've had with the sound relating to this camera. It hasn't worked at all.
UPDATE 12/12/2019: I sent the GoPro7 back to GoPro and they sent a replacement. The audio would work the first time I hooked everything up, then it wouldn't work after. When I posted on a blog, I was told not to use the shutter button on top to power on the device. Well, that's a flaw in the product, but their advice worked. The problem then was that the video's were choppy and there was a constant clicking sound in the recordings. I changed resolution to hope the videos wouldn't be choppy [frequently, momentarily pausing (as if the resolution is too high?)], but that didn't help. Mind you, all this is when I'm motovlogging - I have everything hooked up to my motorcycle helmet. So to get rid of the annoying clicking sounds in the videos, I saw on youtube to go to protune (settings) and instead of having the wind reduction setting on auto, select wind (ahead of time). Well, I'd already done that. Turning it back to auto or changing, resetting, nothing worked. The videos still had annoying clicking sounds.
Basically, at this point I've given up. In reading comments and watching youtube videos online of other motovloggers, it appears GoPro's product is simply not built for sound. The alternative I suppose would be to record the video and voice-over later... if you want to spend the time doing that. Very time-consuming. That'd be like going on a ride twice. But also don't forget that you are going to have more than 1 video file, so there's definitely going to be mucho editing involved anyway.
I'm on the lookout for a camera built for motovlogging. I don't mind sacrificing a little video quality if I can have larger video files and great sound right out of the box.
The worst part about all this is that I spent hundreds, and when all was said and done, when I'd surrendered and told GoPro I was throwing in the towel, they would not upgrade me from 7 to 8, because they said I'd owned my 7 for too long. lol. Isn't that convenient? They spend months helping me (to no avail) and b/c of that, I can't try a newer camera. The guy says I can get like 10% off a GoPro 8, but they still won't guarantee the sound, so all they're doing is selling me. I hate that companies are so into profits that they seemingly do not care about customers. This is my 1st GoPro camera and it'll be my last. I do not want to be a customer of that company.
The bad thing is this all stemmed from a product I purchased on Amazon and it appears none of this is their fault at all, but the initial purchase was here. So direct complaints to GoPro's inferior product is not built for motovlogging and the company is either naive, or more realistically playing dumb with their customers. If everyone tries to motovlog and spends months troubleshooting the issue to no avail, then liability is on you, not gopro. Even though their warranty is supposed to be a year, all they'll do is keep sending replacements, not allowing you to upgrade or refund it.
I am welcoming anyone who has used another camera for vlogging with any success. I also have a Packtalk, which I'd ideally like to use to speak through, have that wired up to the camera. But I've read nothing online that allows for such. So whatever will allow me to talk while I ride, please let me know.
One thing I'll mention is that I do have a 40 dollar knock-off that I got on Amazon (DragonTouch). I cannot record sound, but the video quality was totally fine when motovlogging. They have stabilization built in, as do most cameras, so you don't need to spend hundreds on a gopro for that. So I'm looking for another brand that someone has first-hand experience with. Feel free to leave a comment. Thanks.
Safe buy 5 stars
Not sure what I should do to get what I paid for...
Id say don’t waste your money.”
Nice product and I see what people say about battery not lasting very long. Otherwise easy product to capture photo/video with. Glad it came with extra battery.