BASICALLY ITS JUST A SMALL SIMPLE CAMERA IN A SHOCK AND WATERPROOF HOUSING THAT U CAN MOUNT ON A SURFBOARD , HELMET , HANDLEBARS, CAR, SURFBOARD , RC CAR ETCETC
he GoPro HD Hero Motorsports captures video in a variety of resolutions and frame rates up to and including 1080i full HD, as well as still photos. The Hero has a large selection of mounting options and replacement parts. The polycarbonate shell is submersible, shockproof, and--if it takes too bad of a beating--replaceable.
The bad: The lack of a viewfinder makes precise aiming difficult. The tiny LCD display and a cryptic menu is difficult to navigate without first consulting the manual. Low-light performance still leaves much to be desired.
The bottom line:The GoPro HD Hero captures crisp HD video and offers users a great deal of flexibility of resolution and mounting options. However, some users may find it to be too complex for its two-button interface and tiny screen.
GoPro had a hit on its hands with the first-generation GoPro Hero. The small camera combined decent video quality and rugged reliability in a small package that was easy to use in action-based scenarios. However, the Hero wasn't without its flaws. Finicky battery choices that often cut recording sessions short with poor power usage combined with mere standard-definition video quality created a package that was at times less than optimal, particularly when faced with competition from the ContourHD.
So GoPro did what any good tech company would do: innovate. Enter the GoPro HD Hero.
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