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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




  • 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




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

GoPro Fusion compare

GoPro Fusion


Rear: Gopro Fusion Back
Front: Gopro Fusion Front
Weight: 200g
Dimensions: 73 x 75 x 39mm
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
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 - 5228 x 2624
Video Capture: H.264 - 3000 x 1504
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© 2018