The GoPro Fusion a 5.2K 360 degree spherical camera is coming soon and it will include a new feature called OverCapture. This feature will allow the user to shoot from single location but actually record moments in all directions.
Looking for a action camera then do check the GoPro Hero 5 Session. Hero 5 comes in different variant this one that I used for the review is called Session – check this GoPro Hero 5 Session review that covers features, battery performance and camera quality with sample.
Once you shoot videos the next painful process is to compile the shots and create a good video. Thankfully GoPro Quik App does most of the work for you. It is one of the best video editing app you can download for free and use on Android and iOS platforms.
GoPro has rolled out GoPro Plus in India. This is a cloud based subscription service that can be used to directly upload content from HERO5 cameras. Content can also be uploaded from older GoPro cameras / HERO4 but via Quik application using desktop.
GoPro will soon launch the GoPro Fusion a 5.2K 360 degree camera that will take video recording to a new level. The content recorded via the GoPro Fusion will be view-able on VR device and on non-VR devices.
GoPro and Huawei Consumer Business Group have partnered to bring GoPro’s Quik mobile video editing app on Huawei devices running EMUI 5.1 – this includes Huawei P10 and the Huawei P10 Plus.
GoPro launched the GoPro Karma, drone and versatile stabilization solution. Karma as of now is available in selected U.S. Retail stores and on GoPro.com website, it will be made available in International markets pretty soon (Spring).
GoPro’s new line of Hero5 cameras will now be available in India. The GoPro Hero5 Black will be available for Rs. 38,000 and the Hero5 Session will come for Rs. 29,500. Both these action cameras can record 4K videos.