Thought for the day…” The only difference between a rut and a grave are the dimensions”
“Happiness is always an inside job”.
The GoPro saga continues. Customers can forgive a lot if they see that a company is trying, but when a company tries to avoid admitting an obvious problem, then customers rapidly lose confidence. So far, customer services at GoPro have been far from brilliant and also far from helpful. There are already a lot of unhappy GoPro 4 Hero Black users on the internet, many of whom have had issues with the camera overheating when recording 4K video (which was the sole reason that I bought that particular camera). So what would you or I do if you had a product that you knew had a problem?? Continue to sell it? No. Offer to refund the money? Yes. But so far, GoPro have not offered anything. The user manual acknowledges the problem, and suggests recording only short video clips at 4K. Not practical if you are doing action sports, as you can hardly pause the action just to wait for the camera to cool down. So the emails to GoPro customer service go back and forth. The GoPro camera sits in its case, no longer used due to the overheating issue. I would like very much for GoPro to refund my NZD 732 that I paid for it. My action sports continue, but will be unrecorded !! Come on GoPro. You have admitted in the user manual that there is an issue, now do the right thing.
Two photos of an immaculate 1961 Jaguar Mk2 car, seen here in Alexandra, New Zealand. These cars were built in Coventry, England between 1959 and 1967. Engine sizes ranged between 2.4L and 3.7L, with up to 220 bhp. Top speed for the 3.7L engined version was about 201 km/h, although with a high fuel consumption of around 14L/100 km. The TV detective, Inspector Morse drove a Jaguar Mk 2.
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