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With six cameras currently in their lineup, GoPro will be phasing out three of them by April of this year.
Patents are stupid. Let's be honest here. More often than not they're vague and hardly represent the product or feature that it's trying to patent. Unfortunately that hasn't stopped companies from being issued these vague patents and then kicking up a fuss whenever something remotely similar to their cryptic patent is released into the world.
GoPro's drone video states that no post production stabilization was added to the footage, and if true, it looks pretty amazing.
Aetho promises to make "video worth watching" through stabilization made simple, while also trying to make an aesthetically pleasing and uncomplicated product for film makers new and old.
When GoPro unleash a new "affordable" camera onto the market, it's usually a stripped down, bare-bones device which offers enough functionality to be worth the cash you'll be splashing on it. This usually means the devices don't have WiFi, one of the key features on the company's more expensive devices. Now, that's all about to change.
GoPro videos are fantastic once they've been edited and uploaded to YouTube, but what about that five minutes you contemplated jumping into the deep? What about the several failed attempts at that awesome flip? They just end up in the bin. But that's all about to change.
If you thought the GoPro Hero was small, then you'll probably be surprised to hear that the action camera company has gone even smaller with the GoPro Hero 4 Session, a brand new camera the company unveiled today.
According to a report by Digital Trends, this year's Tour de France will offer more up close and personal highlights and ways to keep...
GoPro's rumoured dabble into drones began as early as last year, and now it's official. GoPro CEO Nick Woodman has announced that the company is going to build its very own quadcopter with sights set on a first half of 2016 release.
GoPro has this week announced that it's acquising Kolor, a French VR firm, which indicates the company has some interest in getting into virtual reality. Though it's worth mentioning Kolor work with more than VR, in fact the company has software that takes photo's and videos, turning them into full 360 degree panoramic scenes which can be viewed on mobile, the web, or in a virtual reality environment. GoPro's announcement also noted that Kolor would be a part of its business in May.