By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : April 27, 2017 12:00 pm
The last time GoPro announced something in India was back in December 2016, when it launched its HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session for Rs 38,000 and Rs 29,500 respectively.
If you have a GoPro device and was tired of saving all your content to your computer, GoPro has now announced its cloud-based subscription service in India. GoPro Plus gives users anywhere, anytime access to their GoPro content. For instance, you can now upload all your content directly from your HERO5 cameras via its auto-upload feature. GoPro is offering a free 30-day trial of GoPro Plus, with subscriptions thereafter costing Rs. 350 per month. If you haven’t subscribed to GoPro Plus yet, you can do it here.
To recall, the last time GoPro announced something in India was back in December 2016, when it launched its HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session for Rs 38,000 and Rs 29,500 respectively.
GoPro Hero5 Black comes with waterproof (up to 33 ft) certification along with a 2-inch Touch Display and is also compatible with existing GoPro mounts. To dig in more, GoPro currently sells over 50 different mounts and accessories that allow users to wear or mount their GoPro camera nearly anywhere, enabling hands-free content capturing from creative, new perspectives. It can record up to 4K resolution at 30 frames per second and can also click photos at 12 megapixels. Complementing this, the camera also features professional-grade electronic video stabilisation. There is also a RAW and WDR Photo mode. For the audio, it comes with stereo audio recording and advanced wind noise reduction. Further, it comes with Voice Control with support for 7 languages with additional languages to be added soon. It also comes with GPS functionality.
On the other hand, Hero5 Session resembles a lot in the design as well as video recording capabilities except that it can click images at 10-megapixel resolution. It is also waterproof up to 33 feet (10 m) and shares all other functionalities and features with the Hero5 Black.
Apart from auto-uploading the content to Cloud while the camera is charging, one can also easily edit the content with GoPro's editing app Quik, available for both mobile and desktop. GoPro claims that Quik enables users to quickly produce high-quality videos that are fun to create and easy to share.