GoPro has officially announced the new Hero 7 line of cameras, split into White, Silver, and Black variants. They go on sale next week (September 27th) and are available for $199, $299, and $399, respectively. The specs increase as the cameras climb in price. The Black version, which is powered by the custom processor GoPro debuted last year, offers 4K video capture at up to 60 frames per second, super slow motion, and a suite of new features like live-streaming, a Hyperlapse-style time-lapse mode, and dramatically improved digital image stabilization that you really have to see to believe.
The cameras are built to nearly the exact same dimensions as their predecessors, the Hero 5 and Hero 6 Black, which means the Hero 7 lineup is compatible with the company’s mounts and accessories. Also like their predecessors, they’re all waterproof out of the box, have touchscreen LCDs, feature voice control, and can all automatically back up footage to GoPro’s cloud subscription service (over Wi-Fi).
The two cheaper options, Silver and White, aren’t as capable, and they don’t use the GP1 chip. They also have integrated batteries, and they aren’t compatible with the Karma Grip stabilizer or the now-dead Karma Drone.
Hero 7 is GoPro’s deepest lineup of cameras in years. It’s also the result of a big push to simplify the company’s offerings. The Karma drone is gone, and the company restructured its staff as a result at the beginning of the year. If GoPro is ever going to rebound from the tumultuous last few years, the Hero 7 is where that comeback will start.
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