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Hiker
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Hero 8 Max

  1. Kann man mit der Hero 8 Max länger belichtete Nachtfotos machen?
  2. Beim normalen filmen ohne 360 nimmt sie maximal in 1440p auf oder?
  3. Ist die Max Hypersomooth stabilisierung noch besser als die hypersmooth 2.0 boost der 8er?

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Nomad
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Re: Hero 8 Max

Is it possible to take longer exposed night photos with the Hero 8 Max?

Probably but you should read the online reviews to try and get more info.

 

With the normal film without 360 it takes up maximally in 1440p or?

Not sure what you mean by this question, but if you're asking about shooting modes, the currently released info has shooting modes of 5.6K (360 degree's) @ 30FPS, 1440P @ 60FPS and 1080P@ 60FPS.  Those last two modes would be in "Hero" mode which would be non 360 degree footage.

 

Is the Max Hypersomooth stabilization even better than the Hypersmooth 2.0 boost of the 8?

It's basically somewhat similar only Max Hypersmooth is created using the entire 360 sphere whereas on the 8 it's requires cropping of the image somewhat to achieve steady footage.  

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Nomad
Posts: 3,858

Re: Hero 8 Max

Is it possible to take longer exposed night photos with the Hero 8 Max?

Probably but you should read the online reviews to try and get more info.

 

With the normal film without 360 it takes up maximally in 1440p or?

Not sure what you mean by this question, but if you're asking about shooting modes, the currently released info has shooting modes of 5.6K (360 degree's) @ 30FPS, 1440P @ 60FPS and 1080P@ 60FPS.  Those last two modes would be in "Hero" mode which would be non 360 degree footage.

 

Is the Max Hypersomooth stabilization even better than the Hypersmooth 2.0 boost of the 8?

It's basically somewhat similar only Max Hypersmooth is created using the entire 360 sphere whereas on the 8 it's requires cropping of the image somewhat to achieve steady footage.