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BURMA x GoPro
When it comes to action cameras, GoPro is the first name people think of, not only because of leading the market and being the most used camera when it comes to capture action situations but also because of its innovative technology and high standard image quality.
GoPro´s latest flagship camera, the Hero5 Black still has the same rectangular shape as its forerunner (the Hero4 Black) but there are some very impressive physical developments that makes the Hero5 Black so unique on the action camera market. The camera is now waterproof to 33 feet without any separate case and contains a touchscreen that navigates the user through the menu, easily. And if you feel like you need it much easier, just talk to your GoPro as it offers a voice control in seven languages. You can give commandos on taking a photo, recording a scene or switching off. But if you´re surfing or biking downhill and the wind is rushing it may happen that the camera won´t follow your commando, or yelling, or screaming... So better use manual operations for tricky situations. Its the first GoPro camera that has built-in GPS that geotags your photos and its image resolution (1080 p) is excellent and much sharper than its predecessors -
especially, its filming quality is brilliant. The new Karma collection is fully compatible with the latest Hero5 Black camera and can be used with the Karma drone or grip. During our journey to Burma we had taken the GoPro camera with us and installed it with the pro waver from Walimex that made possible to have not another shaky GoPro video but incredibly smooth recorded moments. Whether you jump, hike, bike, surf, or run… the waver keeps your shots steady and makes the result look so much better and professional.
We´re glad we were there and had GoPro Hero5 Black with us... GoPro, thanks for capturing moments with us, too.
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