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its old faith­ful, the in a bunch of new fea­tures like

2.0, Lin­ear mode at 4K, 1080p ‘Full HD’ to

100Mbps bi­trate in hi-def videos, and a user in­ter­face that is de­signed to be more in­tu­itive than any­thing we have seen on the Hero Blacks be­fore.

On the other hand, GoPro is also ex­tend­ing the func­tion­al­ity of its ac­tion cam—with the help of its Mods—to ap­peal to vlog­gers, pro film­mak­ers and YouTu­bers.

Re­gard­less of the group you be­long to, the Hero8 Black brings some­thing new to the ta­ble: Pro­fes­sional con­tent cre­ators might want to con­sider this new GoPro for the fea­tures that it of­fers beyond tra­di­tional video cam­eras, while user of the Hero5 Black and Hero6 Black could se­ri­ously look at up­grad­ing now.

Own­ers of the Hero7 Black should wait till GoPro launches its Mods to see if the ex­tra util­ity they of­fer is worth an up­grade or not. And fi­nally, with the launch of the Hero8 Black, GoPro has fur­ther re­duced the price of last year’s Hero7 Black (`30,500), which is still very good cam­era and well worth con­sid­er­ing if you’re look­ing for your first ac­tion shooter.

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