I bought a Go Pro Hero (2014). I guess I haven't been up to date because yesterday I just found out that GoPro finally released an entry level camera! They released the GoPro Hero I believe around the same time as the 4. After look at some review videos I decided to go buy one since I've wanted a GoPro but not at the price... The price of this camera is $150 CAN or I think $130 US. I think that is about 1/3 of the price of the silver 4. I took a super quick video and played around with the gopro editor. I believe I shot this with the 720p Superview (wide view?) I also used the skeleton backing, I think its better for sound? The beginning clip sucks, my garage has very poor lighting. I thought it did very well for the poor lighting and shaky hand. The second clip was suction cupped to the focus. I could have been way closer. It was also very windy outside and I think it did a great job of filtering that out! [video=youtube;nLgDfiatReA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLgDfiatReA&feature=youtu.be[/video] 1.2000rpm 2. 3000rpm 3. 2000rpm I'll do a driving video in the focus eventually. So my review so far: I think this is a fantastic product especially for the price. If you just need an decent action cam-cord I would strongly recommend this. The GoPro hero has some great features. http://shop.gopro.com/cameras/hero/CHDHA-301.html I like how its very simple. The camera doesnt remove from the case like the other gopros. Everything is very conveniently accessible on the back. The battery life is much better than the higher end models, but it can't be replaced. Another negative is if the lens in scratched you're screwed since the camera is built into the case. I'm hoping an aftermarket company will sell a lens protector. Honestly from the review video's I watched, there isn't a huge difference in quality to the average eye. I think I'd rather buy 3 of these before I buy a silver 4.