GoPro released the beta firmware, which will allow it camera of Fusion VR to have 5.6K global video at 24 frames per second. This is not a huge change, as the original was already at 5.2K but is still remarkable at the limits of a VR helmet.
The goal of GoPro is to make the client download to 5.8K and produce a complete video. The most impressive of all this change is that GoPro will be upgrading to improve camera software analysis, which is often not the case with similar companies.
As for the details, GoPro's firmware supports extra time lapses in the corresponding mode, and there is support for RAW images for both time-lapses and night mode. Corresponding upgrades to Fusion Studio software on your computer will provide you with improved image quality and better introduction to Premiere and After Effects versions of Adobe 2019.
Upgrading the camera software analysis came as a pleasant surprise to GoPro customers, but beta sends the message that GoPro is still committed to delivering a VR video camera. Of course this is no surprise when Nick Woodman's director confirmed a Fusion 2 VR camera during a party at the event CES 2019.
A few words about the previous model
For those who do not know this particular upgraded model, we give you some information about the previous one. This is a special camera with many useful features that was released for the first time last year. Listed below are some of the features of the Fusion GoPro:
- 2K30 and 3K60 global video
- 18MP global photo
- Advanced Stabilization
- 360 Audio
- Waterproof up to 5m
- Time Lapse Video and Photos, Night Lapse and Burst Modes
- Voice control in 10 languages
- GPS, Accelerometer, Gyroscope and Compass
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth