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GoPro announces the Hero7

The new model introduces a video stability feature called HyperSmooth.
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GoPro Hero7

GoPro is hoping to set the bar for video stabilization with the debut of their Hero7 Black and its biggest feature: HyperSmooth. The company aimed to create stabilized videos that look like they were shot on a gimbal. The new camera will also feature a new mode called "TimeWarp" that creates a sped-up, time lapse of your videos at up to 30x speed. 

You can also livestream straight from the camera, shoot 12MP stills, 4K60 video, and it features an all-new interface with a native vertical mode. The new Hero7 will also come in a Silver model with 4K30 video and 10MP still capability and a Hero7 White with 1440p60 and 10MP still capability. Both cameras will feature electronic image stabilization. 

From $199,

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