1. Go Pro Hero3: Black Edition
30 per cent smaller and 25 per cent lighter than its predecessor the third Go Pro installment can record 4K video at 3840x2160 or 4K Cinema at 4096x2160 resolution giving you pristine high-res images that would have most HD TVs struggling. There’s now a 12-Megapixel camera sensor to deliver suitably stellar pics, a waterproof body to film up to 10 feet deep and a with a Wi-Fi remote you can control up to 50 cameras at once with 600ft range.
Storage: microSD up to 64GB | Maximum recording quality: 4K Cinema at 15 fps, 2.7K cinema at 30 fps and 1080p at 60 fps | Price: £359.99 | Go Pro
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10 of the best action cameras for skiing, snowboarding, surfing and pretty much anything else extreme that deserves to be caught on camera
There’s really no point jumping out of a plane, hurtling down a snowy mountain or doing something similarly adrenaline-fuelled if you don’t have anyway to prove it. The birth of the action camera means you can record your own extreme antics in high definition and then get it uploaded to YouTube or Facebook to show off your skills.
Whether you simply want to record your mountain biking at the weekend or looking for something that you can take out into the water, we’ve picked 10 action cameras that warrant your attention.