GoPro Max Review – The best vlogging camera for businesses

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GoPro Max review – The best vlogging camera for businesses?

In this video we discuss:

  • Using the 360 Camera – A creative option that will differentiate your content
  • Regular Hero mode – Shooting in traditional video mode 
  • The microphone – For interviews, presenting and out and about video, it’s mind blowing
  • Stabilisation – For a fully portable and slick production
  • Timewarps – For social media content that jumps off the page
  • Pano photos – To show off your office, team and environment
  • Build quality 
  • Editing – The potential problem with 360 footage

The only microphone you might ever need for business vlogs

In this video we put the GoPro Max mic up against a professional mic and a cheap clip on to see if it’s good enough to never need to carry an extra mic when you’re shooting business vlogs in different conditions. Hit play to see. :

  • Sound test 1 – Outside standing still
  • Sound test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Sound test 3 – Running and talking
  • Sound test 4 – Wind test
  • Sound test 5 – Distortion
  • Sound test 6 – Studio conditions
  • Test 7 – Ease of use

Can you throw away your tripods and gimbals?

In this video we test the GoPro 360’s stabilisation against a DJI Ronin S Gimbal. If you’ve every looked at a gimbal and thought you might like one, then hold fire, because the tech might be dead very soon thanks to GoPro. 

  • Test one – Do they replace a tripod?
  • Test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Test 3 – Skipping
  • Test 4 – Quirky Angles
  • Test 5 – Ease of use
  • Test 6 – Portability
  • Test 7 – Durability
  • Conclusion

Buy the Go Pro Max

Here’s some kit we’d recommend, let us know if you find the camera cheaper too. 

best-small-business-vlog-camera

GoPro Max review – The best vlogging camera for businesses?

In this video we discuss:

  • Using the 360 Camera – A creative option that will differentiate your content
  • Regular Hero mode – Shooting in traditional video mode 
  • The microphone – For interviews, presenting and out and about video, it’s mind blowing
  • Stabilisation – For a fully portable and slick production
  • Timewarps – For social media content that jumps off the page
  • Pano photos – To show off your office, team and environment
  • Build quality 
  • Editing – The potential problem with 360 footage

The only microphone you might ever need for business vlogs

In this video we put the GoPro Max mic up against a professional mic and a cheap clip on to see if it’s good enough to never need to carry an extra mic when you’re shooting business vlogs in different conditions. Hit play to see. :

  • Sound test 1 – Outside standing still
  • Sound test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Sound test 3 – Running and talking
  • Sound test 4 – Wind test
  • Sound test 5 – Distortion
  • Sound test 6 – Studio conditions
  • Test 7 – Ease of use

Can you throw away your tripods and gimbals?

In this video we test the GoPro 360’s stabilisation against a DJI Ronin S Gimbal. If you’ve every looked at a gimbal and thought you might like one, then hold fire, because the tech might be dead very soon thanks to GoPro. 

  • Test one – Do they replace a tripod?
  • Test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Test 3 – Skipping
  • Test 4 – Quirky Angles
  • Test 5 – Ease of use
  • Test 6 – Portability
  • Test 7 – Durability
  • Conclusion

Buy the Go Pro Max

Here’s some kit we’d recommend, let us know if you find the camera cheaper too. 

best-small-business-vlog-camera

GoPro Max review – The best vlogging camera for businesses?

In this video we discuss:

  • Using the 360 Camera – A creative option that will differentiate your content
  • Regular Hero mode – Shooting in traditional video mode 
  • The microphone – For interviews, presenting and out and about video, it’s mind blowing
  • Stabilisation – For a fully portable and slick production
  • Timewarps – For social media content that jumps off the page
  • Pano photos – To show off your office, team and environment
  • Build quality 
  • Editing – The potential problem with 360 footage

The only microphone you might ever need for business vlogs

In this video we put the GoPro Max mic against a professional mic and a cheap clip on to see if it’s good enough to never need to carry an extra mic when you’re shooting business vlogs in different conditions. Hit play to see. :

  • Sound test 1 – Outside standing still
  • Sound test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Sound test 3 – Running and talking
  • Sound test 4 – Wind test
  • Sound test 5 – Distortion
  • Sound test 6 – Studio conditions
  • Test 7 – Ease of use

Can you throw away your tripods and gimbals?

In this video we test the GoPro 360’s stabilisation against a DJI Ronin S Gimbal. If you’ve every looked at a gimbal and thought you might like one, then hold fire, because the tech might be dead very soon thanks to GoPro. 

  • Test one – Do they replace a tripod?
  • Test 2 – Walking and talking
  • Test 3 – Skipping
  • Test 4 – Quirky Angles
  • Test 5 – Ease of use
  • Test 6 – Portability
  • Test 7 – Durability
  • Conclusion

Buy the Go Pro Max

Here’s some kit we’d recommend, let us know if you find the camera cheaper too. 

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