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GoPro Fusion review and compare

GoPro is already well-known for its Hero action cameras that can withstand being submerged and thrown around with reckless abandon. The Fusion, however, sees the company’s first foray into 360-degree VR capture.

GoPro Fusion reviews

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Highs

  • Best-in-class stitching on desktop
  • ProTune exposure controls
  • Solid build quality
  • Great mobile app
  • OverCapture offers flexible reframing options

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Lows

  • Mobile stitching is far inferior to desktop
  • Fusion Studio on desktop feels very unfinished
  • OverCapture lacks keyframe support
  • Sharpness is still a sore point of 360

Information

Weight

200g

Dimensions

73 x 75 x 39mm

Price

$697.00

Battery Details

1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 2620 mAh (included)

Battery Type

Lithium ion - manufacturer-specific

Battery Technology

lithium ion

Microphone Features

Wind noise reduction

Microphone Operation Mode

Spherical surround

Low Lux / Night Mode

Yes

Features

Gimbal-like stabilization, Time-Lapse recording, overcapture function, voice control. Time-Lapse recording, voice control, overcapture function, Gimbal-like stabilization.

Memory Card Slot

Dual microSD card

Video Capture

  • H.264 - 3000 x 1504
  • H.264 - 5228 x 2624

Image Storage

    Included Accessories

    USB cable, carrying case, mounting adapter, self-portrait monopod

    Color Category

    Black, Gray

    Protection

    Waterproof

    Focus Adjustment

    focus free

    Special Functions

    wide angle

    Type

    2 x wide-angle lens - wide angle

    Underwater Depth

    up to 16ft

    Manufacturer

    Gopro

    Camcorder Sensor Resolution

    18.0 MP

    Max Video Resolution

    5228 x 2624

    Digital Video Format

    H.264

    Widescreen Video Capture

    Yes