The Hero 8 Black is the latest Extreme Camera from Go Pro. It offers stable 4K photography, app editing and a host of improvements • And what's the downside? We checked
The cliche with Go Pro, whoever bought her camera in the past, probably won't upgrade her anymore, because she just works well. For this reason, Go Pro is working hard to add more and more features and enhance photography capabilities with each new model it releases. The Hero 8 Black is packed with new features and enhancements to previous versions that try to make it the default camera for Extreme Sports enthusiasts and loggers.
Design and interface
In terms of design, the look remained almost the same with only one significant change - Go Pro got rid of the frame accessory that would come with its cameras regularly when it was used for mounting the camera on a bracket. Go Pro has folded arms at the bottom of the camera to make the accessories attachment. About the battery: The Hero 8 offers about 1 hour of photo resolution at 4K resolution and is very warm during work. The charging connector is USB-C.
The lack of a frame accessory allows for relatively easy access to the memory card and battery. Like the previous generations, there is no need for a cover to enter the camera with water up to a depth of 10 meters. The lens has also been upgraded and is now more than twice as vulnerable to vulnerability, but its coverage can no longer be changed.