If you are a tech-savvy camper, you may have noticed that the prices of the GoPro cameras have gone up a bit.
We are here to help you out, and here is a breakdown of the cost of a GoPro Hero 4 Black camera.
Pros and Cons of GoPro Hero4 Black Camera Pros GoPro Hero5 Black Camera with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SD Card, HDMI, and 3.5mm audio Cons GoPro Hero6 Black Camera without Wi-FI, Bluetooth/Wi-Fi only, SD card, HDMI audio, and Bluetooth/3.5 mm audio Cons Battery life may be limited at higher resolutions, but not by much.
Cons Battery Life may be reduced when using the latest software update.
Pros Battery life is not affected by camera resolutions.
Cons The camera itself can be difficult to take pictures of.
Cons Camera lenses can be a bit noisy.
Pros A great camera to take portraits, video, or video clips with.
Cons Cameras are not waterproof, and some batteries can be damaged.
Pros Excellent battery life, and high resolution capture options.
Cons Not waterproof, though batteries can still be damaged if used in a storm.
Pros Very powerful, and a very good camera to capture great shots.
Cons Large batteries, slow capture speed, and slow capture rate may affect performance in low light situations.
Pros Has a wide selection of cameras for different needs, from video to portraits.
Cons No waterproof capabilities, though it can still withstand a storm if used properly.
Pros Good camera to use with a wide range of camera phones and smartphones.
Cons Some batteries can catch on fire or become damaged if they get wet or used in hot weather.
Pros Great battery life for a GoPro.
Cons Very heavy, which can affect the battery life.
Pros Long battery life is good for capturing great pictures.
Cons Small cameras tend to be heavier than larger ones.
Pros Fast capture speed.
Cons Can capture high quality video and photos with a GoPro with a very low price.
Pros Powerful and useful camera, with wide selection and great video quality.
Cons Limited battery life may affect the camera’s performance in cold weather.
Cons Has a lot of video options, but may not have the ability to capture many different types of videos at once.
Pros Lots of video features, including HDR and HDR+ to create a variety of images.
Cons Low battery life can be problematic if used while on the go.
Pros Can record and share images with the GoPro on its included smartphone app.
Cons Slow capture speed may not be the best option for capturing high-quality videos.
Pros Plenty of video editing tools for editing video.
Cons Requires a smartphone app to record and save videos.
Cons Most video files may be unreadable at high resolutions.
Pros High-quality camera, excellent image quality, and great capture speed for a camera.
Cons You will have to download a smartphone application for recording and uploading video files.
Pros GoPro’s Hero3 Black camera has a smaller battery than the GoPro Hero3, but has better video quality and captures much more detail.
Pros Uses a larger battery than most GoPro cameras.
Cons GoPro’s HERO3 Black has limited video options compared to other cameras, and may not record as many videos as other cameras.
Pros The HERO3 has a great camera, especially for videographers, but it’s a little heavier than other cameras for shooting video and can be harder to carry.
Pros Slow capture speeds and low battery life are good for GoPro’s high-end video cameras, but battery life could be limited by the camera itself.
Pros Easy to carry, easy to use, and very reliable.
Cons Uses a much larger battery for capturing video.
Pros Big battery for a larger GoPro camera, but the GoPro’s GoPro app limits how many videos you can upload per day.
Pros Compact size and high-res image quality.
Pros Works with many types of smartphones, including phones with cameras built into them.
Cons Doesn’t have the wide selection to record many different kinds of videos.