How to Choose Micro SD Card For Hero 7 Black Silver White


Hello heroes. GoPro introduced their new Hero7 line in September
2018. The GoPro Hero 7 comes in three different
varieties: Black, Silver and White. Aside from the hinted colour schemes in play,
each version boasts some major differences from the others Hero 7 Black captures 4K HDR video at 60fps
via its GP1 chip, and can handle 8x slow-motion video at 1080p resolution and 240fps. Most significant is GoPro’s new HyperSmooth
video stabilisation feature. GoPro promises gimbal-like stability. GoPro’s new top-end model is the first to
live stream video wirelessly to services such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others. Hero 7 Silver is a more modest offering than
the Hero 7 Black. It still captures 4K video, but does so at
a lower 30fps. When it comes to slow-motion video, the Hero
7 Silver sticks to 2x with 1080p video at 60fps. Hero 7 White is less than half the price of
the new Hero 7 Black. It doesn’t go as high on resolution: it
settles for 1080p at 60fps, plus it lacks expanded dynamic range. Slow motion video again tops out at 2x. Taking into account some major differences
between new cameras, the video’s bitrate is not the very same. Therefore, each camera requires different
sustained write speed for the best performance. I recommend buying a card with U3 class speed. All helpful links you will find in video description. As we know U1 cards have sustained write speed
10MBps or 80Mbps, and U3 cards have sustained write speed 30MBps or 240Mbps. At first view U1 speed class is enough for
recording 4K if footage’s bitrate less than 78Mbps. But simple math doesn’t work accurately. You should take into account that devices
allow to do multi-file recording, as example multiple video streams, audio, GPS location,
timestamps, and other additional info. In conclusion a card with U3 speed class is
all you need to get the highest quality footage and avoid any issues during recording. My recommendation is to buy U3 or V30 for
Hero7 Black and Hero7 Silver. If you have U1 cards, you can use it for Hero7
White without a doubt. But buying U1 card in 2018 doesn’t seem
to be a good idea. In the other case there may be issues such
as dropped frames, recording error, and added noise. The next and quite important feature is capacity
of a card. The maximum card’s capacity which GoPro
hero 7 can support is 128GB. Take in consideration, while recording 4K
your footage takes a lot of space. For example, It’s possible to recorder about
2 hours of 4K footage using 64GB micro-sd card. It depends on a situation, but in my opinion
you shouldn’t buy a card which having capacity less than 64GB for Hero 7 Black and Silver. It’s ok, if you use 32GB card for Hero7
White. If you buy on Amazon, please use my links,
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