While the Hero 11 is a minor improvement over the Hero 10, the Osmo Action 3 is a complete redesign. I’ve tested both and in here you’ll also find a long, in-depth comparison video between the Hero 11 and the Action 3.
Current top action cameras are extremely capable and versatile. From very hot or freezing conditions to shaky mounts, they can do it all. Even produce great underwater footage – if you know how to. Because underwater filming is one of the most difficult environments for cameras like GoPros.
Noisy video footage is one of the most common issues when filming on GoPros. In this article, we will share actionable tips to help you instantly improve the quality of your GoPro footage and make it less grainy for free.
Action cameras like GoPros have come a long way, now with batteries lasting longer than ever in cold conditions. But filming in winter scenery has remained tricky as ever. The problem is the automatic video setting.
So you got yourself an action camera, but the footage doesn’t look anything like what you saw in the promotional videos?
When filming with an action camera like the GoPro Hero 11, the expectation is footage that looks cinematic, intense, and true to life. But when you go out with your new action cam and you play back your footage, it looks nothing like the promo videos. The problem is the automatic video setting.