The flagship that features video stabilization as its standout feature is priced at AED 1,649. Which is about AED 300 more than the price of the HERO6 in some online stores in the region.
What makes the HERO7 a bit better is its HyperSmooth feature, which reportedly offers in-camera video stabilization. It makes it easy to capture professional-looking, gimbal-like stabilized video without the expense or hassle of a motorized gimbal.
Another feature worth mentioning is the camera’s new time lapse mode called TimeWarp. GoPro really don’t fancy spaces between words. DontYou GoPro? The TimeWarp mode applies a high-speed, ‘magic-carpet-ride’ effect to your videos and transforms longer experiences into short, flowing videos that are compelling to watch and easy to share.
The HERO7 Black is also the first GoPro to live stream, enabling users to automatically share in real time to Facebook, Twitch, YouTube, Vimeo and other platforms internationally. The result is an exciting and convenient way to share life’s more interesting, on-the-go moments.