GoPro released three levels of cameras on GoPro HERO 7 version. It comes as GoPro HERO7 Black, Silver, and White variations. Each of these has individual specifications with separate pricing. As the company idea is to make the product simple, they released three cameras with different features. It comes in the upgrades as White to Silver to Black.
GoPro HERO7 Black
The GoPro HERO7 Black seems to be higher end model of all the three. It has 12-megapixel camera sensor with the ability to capture 4K video at 60-frames per second. The camera can also record 8x slow-motion video (1080p 240fps), HDR media, and it’s able to function using voice control. This model comes in waterproof up to 33ft (10m) and has built-in GPS along touch screen controls.
The new GoPro HERO7 Black has a HyperSmooth technology which can live stream the video to the web on the go. The device needs to be connected to the phone for internet access and authorize it using GoPro app. The application lets the users to stream the video to social media or any other possible area and dropped on to YouTube live too.
GoPro described a feature as SuperPhoto tech which makes ““Intelligent scene analyzation for professional-looking photos via automatically applied HDR, Local Tone Mapping and Multi-Frame Noise Reduction.” It has Portrait mode too and can also record speed, distance, elevation, and GPS location.
It has a GPS Performance Stickers feature probably meant for social media posting. The pricing seems to be around $400 USD for this variation.
GoPro HERO7 Silver
The HERO7 Silver has few changes compared to the Black version. It has 10MP image sensors with 4K 30fps video recording. The device comes with 2X slo-mo and has Wide Dynamic Range. It costs around $300.
GoPro HERO7 White
The HERO7 White has the most of GoPro HERO7 Silver with some features missing. The device also has 10MP image sensors. It also has 1080p 60fps video recording. It also has 2X slo-mo option. The White does not have any HDR or WDR option. The pricing seems to be around $200.