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In this edition of the GoPro Field Guide, I'm going to be teaching you about the new
GoPro Software Update for HERO4 Cameras. This new software update delivers incredible performance
improvements and new video features for the HERO4, including TimeLapse Video, and 720p
by 240 video, it's amazing. I'm GoPro athlete Chris Davenport, let's take a look. With the
new update, it's now possible to shoot Time Lapse Videos straight from any HERO4 Camera - no
post-production needed. Showcase the sunrise, riding up the gondola, or family gathering
as a short, shareable video. Creating Time Lapses with your HERO4 is easier than ever, and can
make for some spectacular footage. You can select your video Time Lapse to be in 4K for
a wide, 16 by 9 video, or 2.7K for a taller, 4 point 3 aspect video. You also have the
option to select the photo interval. The longer the interval, the more sped up the Time Lapse
Video will look. You want to play around with this one to get a good feel for it, but any
Time Lapse that is under an hour, I recommend keeping it in the default, half second mode.
Another great feature of the Camera Software Update is the ability to shoot 720p at an
impressive 240 frames per second. This mode is an absolute blast. By doubling the frame
rate to 240 frames per second, you are now able to create high-def, slow motion playback
that wasn't previously available in a GoPro. This setting is great for fast-action situations
that you really want slowed down. I recommend using an LCD BacPac or the GoPro App when
filming in this mode. As you can see, the footage looks quite different than the traditional
wide-angle of a GoPro. That's because 720p240 is shot in a narrow Field of View, and gives
the impression of a zoom effect. To best nail the shot, use the GoPro App or LCD BacPac.
This setting is available in the HERO4 Black Camera only and is great for hand-held shots
and more.
While these are the two main features of the software update, I want to briefly cover a
couple other improvements. For the HERO4 Black there is now the ability to shoot 2.7K in
60 frames per second. Previously, the limit was 48. Shooting 2.7K at 60 is perfect for
capturing cinematic, high-res footage while keeping the ability to slow the footage down.
It also helps with reducing that Jello effect that is sometimes seen in footage on mounts
with high vibrations. This is my new go-to mode for follow cams and anything non-point-of-view.
For all of you using HERO4 Black or Silver to take photos, there is now a new way to
never miss a moment. A new Burst setting allows you to capture 30 photos in 6 seconds, perfect
for longer duration fast-action activities like skiing or surfing. There's a little bit
of something for everyone in the new camera software update. I didn't cover everything,
so head on over to gopro.com/update for more information. To update your camera quickly
and easily, you can use the GoPro App on your mobile device, or go to GoPro Studio on your
computer and you can also get the update directly at gopro.com/update. That wraps up our overview
of the new GoPro HERO4 Camera Software Update, thanks for watching and check back soon on
GoPro Tutorials for more field guide episodes and product updates.


GoPro Field Guide: HERO4 Camera Software Update

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