GoPro HD Hero2 camera launches

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gopro-hd-hero2-.jpgGoPro have released the follow up to a their popular HD Hero camera, the HD Hero2.

A small, action-orientated camera whose predecessor is a regular now on Hollywood sets, the HD Hero 2 offers 11MP still images and an image processor twice as fast as the original, with a stripped-back, simplified user interface. A tiny unit, the HD Hero2 is designed to clip onto helmets and handlebars, making it perfect for extreme sports enthusiasts.

With professional low-ligh performance, the HD Hero2 also offers full 170º, medium 127º, narrow 90º FOV in 1080p and 720p video, as well as120 fps WVGA, 60 fps 720p, 48 fps 960p, 30 fps 1080p video and full 170º and medium 127º FOV photos.

Burst shooting modes also allow for 10 11MP snaps to be captured every second, while and 1 11MP photo every 0.5 seconds in time-lapse mode.

“The HD Hero2 is much, much easier to use than the original HD Hero,” says GoPro’s director of product definition, Rudy Samuels.

“If you know how to use a traditional camera, you can use the HD Hero2 straight out of the box without instructions. This makes the HD Hero2 very powerful as an everyday, easy to use consumer camera while retaining all of the features, modes and performance that has made GoPro the best selling small form factor HD camera to Hollywood.”

Out now, the GoPro HD Hero2 costs £299.99, with the original dropping to £199.99.

Gerald Lynch

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