The GoPro-Hero4 Camera: Twice The Performance, Simply The Best.
In the past few months, we’ve noticed something that is becoming awfully popular. “GoPro” is one of those branded proper nouns that has been so successful that it has become a verb. With 6,000 or more new tagged videos uploaded to YouTube each day, GoPro-ing is now a legitimate phenomenon. The cameras are sturdy and small enough to sit in the palm of your hand; they can be attached to almost anything, from a surfboard to a tripod to a recalcitrant Labrador. They are easy to use and produce remarkably high-quality video, which you can post online right away. This being said, we present to you the GoPro-HERO4: the most advanced camera ever.
Featuring improved image quality and a 2x more powerful processor with 2x faster video frame rates,1 HERO4 Black takes Emmy® Award-winning GoPro performance to a whole new level. Incredible high-resolution 4K30 and 2.7K50 video and high frame rate 1080p120 video enable stunning, immersive footage of you and your world. New Protune™ settings for both photos and video unlock manual control of Color, ISO Limit, Exposure and more. Waterproof to 131’ (40m) with 12MP photos at a blistering 30 frames per second and improved audio, GoPro-HERO4 Black is the ultimate life-capture solution. It comes in two colors: elegant black and silver.
They’ve come up with a quit clever way to make it stand out. What better way to announce their newest product, than with a video shot entirely with their newest technological jewelry? Below you’ll find all the amazing filmed places and the names of the ones who made it happen! See the amazing results for yourselves, and who knows?! Maybe you’ll end up purchasing one (€479.99) and making collections of similar footage!
TOMORROWLAND (Boom, Belgium): Erin Edenholm, Joanna Piotrowska, Krewella – Jahan Yousef and Jasmine Yousef, Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike
LAVA LAKE (Ambrym Island, Vanuatu): Geoff Mackley, Brad Ambrose
ICEBERG CLIMB (Ilulissat, Greenland): Klemen Premrl, Aljaz Anderle, Thierry Dubois
WILD MUSTANGS (Wells, Nevada): Clay Nannini
JAPAN STREETS (Tokyo, Japan): Akira Nakai, Shinichi Moroboshi, Nanami Tsukamoto
ORCA RESCUE (Whangarei, New Zealand): Dr. Ingrid Visser, Terry Hardie, Dian and her two baby orca