Unlock the full potential of your GoPro 12 with our comprehensive settings guide. From Pro options to stabilization settings, we’ve got every feature covered to enhance your videos and photos.
This is a guide to the official firmware that allows setting shutter limits for your GoPro Hero. Which helps with stabilization in low-light and general low-light performance with reduced noise.
Who hasn’t felt the disappointment of videos ruined by jittery or shaky GoPro footage? The worst thing: It only happens sometimes and you can’t make out why.
Fortunately, there are several ways to prevent shaky GoPro footage and achieve smooth, stable shots reliably.
Unless you get a big bundle, the best action cams like the GoPro Hero 12 come bare-bones without any mounts – what actually makes it so versatile.
These are the most relevant bang-for-buck accessories for mountain biking that get you the best POV footage.
The new GoPro Hero 12 received some improved battery life over the Hero 11. But a couple of big energy zappers remain. And the biggest issue: it’s losing charge overnight. This is due to a number of features running in the background, some of which are completely unnecessary for most. So, here are a bunch…
It’s no secret: small action cameras are bad in low-light. And the Hero 12 is no different. But there are ways around that: Just by using good settings you can turn your Hero 12 into a low-light beast!