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Tuesday 21 July 2015

“GoPro Camera” Best In The World- Exclusively To Jumia Nigeria.


There is a saying that “you are what you wear” as a professional cameramen, photographer or a person that desire quality and
qualitative camera pictures the GoPro is the right answer which is exclusively to one of the best online store Jumia Nigeria.

For best quality products and services it is no longer news that Jumia Ng is the best online store with the arrival of GoPro with the best professional camera in the world exclusively to Jumia Ng. Be rest assured that getting GoPro camera of any series, GoPro is the answer because it is durable, affordable, genuine and easy to use camera.

        As a professional cameramen, photographer or you desire best quality of a camera production as an end user GoPro is the answer with it breathtaking features on each of the series we have. The following are series of GoPro camera you can get on Jumia store are: GoPro Hero4 Silver, GoPro Hero and GoPro Hero4 black all this are exclusively to Jumia Ng or click here to purchase and get a feel of the excitement.
See the great features of GoPro camera, good battery backup, smart camera, smart remotes, LCD touch bacpac, software, auto charges, App and many more other features. Click here to get your own today at Jumia Ng with fastest home delivery in any part of Nigeria and beyond.

Brief history of GoPro.

GoPro was founded by Nick Woodman in 2002, it was born at of passion and in a bid to capture quality action photo close to professional touch. In 2004 the company sold it first camera system which used 35mm film, digital still and video camera we later introduce, as of 2014 a fixed Len HD videocamera with a wide 170-degree angle was available, two or more can be paired to create 3D video.
          On june 4, 2014 the company announced the appointment of former Microsoft executive Tony Bate as the president reporting directly to Nick Woodman. On February 7, 2014 GoPro submitted a confidential filing for initial public offering (IPO) with security and exchange commission (SEC).
See features of GoPro camera.

HD HERO cameras

As of October 2014 GoPro sells three fixed-lens cameras, two without viewfinders and one including a touch screen viewfinder. A 2-bit LCD on the front of the camera allows access to its menu system, which is controlled by the front and top shutter buttons. The HERO4 Black has dimensions of 41 mm × 59 mm × 30 mm and weighs 88 grams (152 grams with housing). Still images from 5 to 12 megapixels can be captured. The cameras are sold with a clear polycarbonate HD Housing with a glass lens that is rated shockproof and waterproof to 131 feet (40 m), with a quick-release buckle on the top and threads at the bottom to attach to all of the GoPro mounts. The housing has metal buttons that connect to the camera's controls and has a "skeleton" backdoor option to allow audio recording when the camera is used with a mount but without the need to be watertight or shockproof.


GoPro HERO 35mm, All-Season Sports Camera

The 35mm camera (model #001) became available on April 13, 2005. It had dimensions of 2.5 by 3 inches (64 by 76 mm) and weighed 0.45 pounds (200 g). It included the camera, a clear case with quick release, a camera strap, and ski glove adapter lash. It could pivot "on the fly" and was functional to a depth in water of about 15 feet (5 m). It was described as a "reusable wrist camera" and included a roll of 24 exposure Kodak 400 films.

Digital HERO 3

The Digital HERO 3 released in 2007 had a 3-megapixel camera and shot standard definition 512 × 384 video. It was rated up to 30 meters (98.4 feet) in depth.

Digital HERO 5

The Digital HERO 5 was first introduced on December 5, 2008 and was also marketed as the HERO Motorsport Wide. It had a 5-megapixel still photo sensor, and supported standard definition (512×384) video capture. It ran on two AAA batteries, had 16 MB of internal memory, and could function with a 2 GB SD card. It was the first GoPro HERO camera to use a 170° angle of view, ultra-wide lens. Its housing was rated to 100 ft/30 meters depth. Its dimensions were 2.6 × 1.75 × 1.25 inches (66 × 44 v 32mm). The camera is not designed to work with the newer HD HERO line of housings, although the standard screw mounts are indeed compatible.


HD HERO 960 - shoots a maximum of 960p video and is not compatible with GoPro's electronic accessories although the camera is compatible with all GoPro mounts. It was first listed on August 6, 2010


The HD HERO Naked, released with a range of accessories, shoots a maximum of 1080p video on its 5Mp sensor. The Naked camera line forms the basis for other bundles, which are differentiated by the types of mounts they have (HD Helmet HERO, HD Motorsports HERO, HD Surf HERO). It was first listed on January 25, 2010.


  • Sensor size: 1/2.5-inch (5.75 mm × 4.28 mm)
  • Pixel size: 2.2 μm
  • Image formats:
848 × 480
1280 × 720
1280 × 720
1280 × 960
1920 × 1080
2592 × 1944


The HD HERO2 was launched on October 24, 2011. It has an 11 MP image sensor, improved low-light capability and records at up to 120 frames per second. It was sold with three different accessory packages as the Outdoor, Motorsports, and Surf Editions.


In late 2012, GoPro announced the Hero 3 line of cameras. These new cameras came in three editions: black, silver and white.
All three versions of the HERO3 come in a new 30% smaller and 25% lighter package, with Wi-Fi functionality built in. The change of the physical dimensions of the cameras compared to the previous generations (Hero1 and Hero2 were physically identical) means that some of the camera accessories for HD HERO Original and HERO2 are not compatible with HERO3, so GoPro made new versions of those accessories specifically for Hero3 (and mostly for Hero3+, see above). Those new versions of accessories are usually not compatible with older Hero camera generations. However, a lot of other accessories are compatible with all HD Hero camera generations.
The HERO3 Silver and Black cameras have significantly less battery endurance than the HD HERO Original and HERO2. For example, in 720p resolution with 25/30 FPS, while HD HERO Original and HERO2 have a stated battery runtime of 3 hours, HERO3 Silver Edition has a stated battery runtime of 2 hours, and HERO3 Black Edition has a stated battery runtime of 1.5 hours (the Black Edition's "most economical" setting is 1080p/30 FPS, so this also partially contributes to its poor battery runtime).
The Black Edition has a new 12 MP sensor that can capture 4K digital video at 15 fps, 2.7K video at 30 fps, 1440p at 48 fps, 1080p at 60fps, 960p at 100fps, 720p at 120 fps and WVGA at 240 fps. The Black edition also includes the Wi-Fi Remote. The Black Edition cannot record at 25/30 FPS in 720p and WVGA resolutions; it can record only at very fast frame rates in those resolutions. This is a deliberate firmware limitation, as the manufacturer does not expect that this high-end camera model will be used at these lower resolutions and frame rates.
The Silver Edition uses the same 11 MP sensor as the HERO2, and the White edition uses the same 5 MP sensor as the HD HERO Original.
So click here to shop for your own GoPro Camera

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