(Free Accessories) 2018 GoPro HERO 7 Black Deals & Sales

Last Update: December 14th, 2018

The GoPro HERO 7 action cameras are GoPro’s latest action camera released in September, 2018. GoPro HERO7 have three versions: HERO7 Black, HERO7 Silver, HERO7 White. The list price for three models are $399, $299 and $199 in US. So are you looking for hot deals on GoPro HERO7 action cameras ? Below are currently best deals for GoPro HERO7. See the details below:


GoPro HERO7 Black Deals | GoPro HERO7 Silver Deals | GoPro HERO7 White Deals

You can check latest price of GoPro HERO7 action cameras below:

  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at GoPro.com  (Free SanDisk Extreme 64 GB MicroSDXC Card, Add to Cart to See Free Item)
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at Amazon
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at B&H Photo Video (Free $30 GC 64GB Memory Card)
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at B&H Photo Video (Free Battery, 64GB Memory Card, Head Strap + QuickClip)
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at Best Buy
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at ABT
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at Adorama (Free $60 GC)
  • GoPro HERO7 Black deals at Walmart (Free $50 GC)
  • GoPro HERO7 Black deals at Target
  • GoPro HERO 7 Black deals at Focus Camera


GoPro HERO 7 Silver deals below:


GoPro HERO 7 White deals below:

The HERO7 Black is the action camera as far as features go. It’s the action camera for pros who want Hollywood-level footage. That’s no problem for the Black’s 4K 60 fps recording capabilities. That too much? You can also go lower at 2.7K for 120 fps. And if you really need super slow-mo, there’s 1080p at 240 fps too. And it isn’t just video either. The HERO7 Black records stereo and raw audio and can even support an external mic.

• Record 4K60, 2.7K120, and 1080p240 Video
• Capture 12MP Photos at up to 30 fps
• HyperSmooth Video Stabilization
• Vertical Portrait Mode for Social Media
• SuperPhoto Auto HDR Photo Enhancement
• 33′ Waterproof without a Housing
• Touch Zoom Framing via Intuitive 2″ LCD
• Face, Smile, and Scene Detection
• Live Streaming, TimeWarp Video
• Voice Control, Raw Photos, and Much More

Though not as capable, the HERO7 Silver doesn’t lag too far behind. It’s 10 megapixel sensor (versus the Black’s 12 MP) is still capable of 4K recording but capped at 30 fps. No super slow-mo either as its fastest frame rate stops at 60.

• Record 4K30, 1440p60, and 1080p60 Video
• Capture 10MP Photos at up to 15 fps
• Built-In Video Stabilization
• Vertical Portrait Mode for Social Media
• 33′ Waterproof without a Housing
• Touch Zoom Framing via Intuitive 2″ LCD
• Voice Control, Time-Lapse Capture
• Photo Timer for Individual/Group Selfies
• GPS Performance Stickers & More

A step lower is the HERO7 White, but don’t be quick to knock it for that. Its 10 megapixel sensor may only be capable of 1080p60 video but it shares many of the same qualities as Black and Silver. That includes built-in stabilization, a vertical capture mode that’s perfect for social media, a 2-inch touch screen, and, of course, a level of ruggedness that makes it impervious to water under 33 feet. And that’s without a waterproof case! In other words, while the Black is for the pros, the White is for the hobbyist who wants to get his feet wet. Literally even.

• Full HD 1080p60 Video
• 10MP Photos at up to 15 fps
• Built-In Video Stabilization
• Vertical Portrait Mode for Social Media
• 33′ Waterproof without a Housing
• Touch Zoom Framing via Intuitive 2″ LCD
• Voice Control, Time-Lapse Capture
• Photo Timer for Individual/Group Selfies

All three GoPro Hero 7 cameras also have built-in waterproof protection down to 10m, LCD touch screen, voice commands, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability, supercharge power adapter, and compatibility with GoPro mounts.

Reviews from the web:

The Hero 7 might not come with a host of new shooting modes or imaging improvements, but it does come with a few key tweaks that make it exciting to new and old users alike. The upgrade in stability alone will save hours of potential memories from the trash can. SuperPhoto makes the GoPro a more robust choice for stills, and the addition of live streaming is a plus for everyone. We’d always love to see significant bumps in the battery life, but given the Hero 7 launches at the same price as the Hero 6, it basically means the best GoPro just got better without impacting your pocket. Upgraders might want to consider if there’s enough new here for you, but for everyone else, the Hero 7 improves on an already winning formula. – Engadget

 

So what can we conclude? The inclusion of the very effective HyperSmooth stabilization is significant, and makes the GoPro Hero7 Black far better suited for bumpier adventures than before – and the fact that the camera is no more expensive because of it is something for which GoPro deserves praise. While the company may have been undercut from a number of corners, the effectiveness of this system goes a long way to justify that more premium price tag.

The new TimeWarp feature on the Hero 7 Black, which makes use of this, is a whole lot of fun to play with too, and image quality remains solid. The refreshed UI on the and portrait options makes the GoPro Hero7 Black easier and more convenient to use than before, and the fact that the camera remains compatible with a wealth of accessories is also very welcome. – Techradar