No more action? GoPro Hero6 review


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Moritz, from Fenchel & Janisch, tested GoPro Hero6 Black for a week and discovered: it's no longer just a sports camera!

Although the main reason for getting this camera action is probably the ability to shoot 60 frames per second in 4K (actually it's Ultra HD = 3840×2160), Hero6 Black shows its true power when recording in 2.7K. And that's mainly due to the incredible image stabilization and the ability to switch to a wide-angle linear view without the typical GoPro fisheye look. Even when walking, the footage looks like it was taken with a camera stabilizer like a gimbal. There are still some visible bumps, but in general the footage looks without problems.

We also took photos in the raw file format of GoPro as well as in raw timelapses that gave us much more space to play in post production.

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Marcel Fenchel and Moritz Janisch are a team of filmmakers based in Frankfurt, Germany.
His film production company, Fenchel & Janisch, produces commercials and corporate videos for a wide variety of companies from different branches.
Since the beginning of the DSLR revolution, its goal is to provide interesting and direct editing and film tutorials for beginners and advanced film enthusiasts around the world.
In addition to famous tutorials such as "The Ultimate Introduction to Film Production DSLR" or "How to Get the Filmlook" that garnered more than 1 million hits on YouTube, Fenchel and Janisch also share technical reviews of the arts, shorts and videos behind the scenes. The documentary "Format Frankfurt" was filmed entirely with HD digital SLRs over a period of three years. The feature film premiered in May 2014 in German cinemas and is available on video on demand:

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