Castillo de Canena

Castillo de Canena

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Entre los 10 mejores aceites de oliva virgen extra del mundo, ocho son españoles

Primer día de picual

Oro líquido. Así se considera al aceite de oliva virgen extra (AOVE), un tesoro de la naturaleza, y así lo reconoce la primera edición de Evooleum, que reconoce una selección de los cien mejores aceites del mundo de la campaña de 2016. Un jurado de 22 expertos internacionales han elegido los mejores.

Castillo de Canena

Primer día de picual

Es ya todo un clásico en el mundo de los mejores aceites de oliva virgen extra españoles. Destaca su colección Primer Día de Cosecha de Castillo de Canena que celebra este año su undécima edición. Se trata de una cuidada selección de aceitunas arbequina y picual, recolectadas en su momento óptimo de maduración por esta empresa aceitera jiennense. Para presentarlo en el mercado, cada año un destacado personaje de la vida social y cultural española, amante del aceite de oliva, se encarga del diseño de la etiqueta. En esta ocasión ha sido el director de cine Álex de la Iglesia. Tanto el arbequino como el picual son dos aceites muy potentes, procedentes de pagos especialmente elegidos, con mucha personalidad, aromáticos, elegantes y de gran armonía.

Design and features

For your money, you’ll get the camera, a waterproof housing that’s good down to 131 feet (40 meters), skeleton and touch back doors, two adhesive mounts (one flat and one curved), horizontal and vertical quick-release buckles that attach to the bottom of the camera’s housing and a three-way pivot arm, so you can mount the camera on the top, front, or side of a helmet.

A small locking plug (also included) can be used to help prevent the buckles from accidentally releasing from the mount from force or vibration. There is no charger in the box for the camera, just a Mini-USB cable for charging via computer or USB wall adapter if you have one. There is also no microSD card included for storage, so plan on getting at least one of those.

GoPro kept the basic dimensions the same as the Hero3/3+, so if you have one of those, you can still use those housings as well. What you can’t use are your old batteries.

The battery compartment was redesigned so that you just slide open a door on the bottom and load the pack into a slot. It makes swapping batteries out much easier, but it also required a new battery design. The conspiracy theorist in me says GoPro did this to force you to buy new batteries at $20 a pop (£16, AU$34) and a new external charger (though Blue Nook already has its non-OEM Wasabi packs in production).

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On the left is a removable easy-to-lose cover protecting Micro-HDMI and Mini-USB ports and a microSD slot supporting cards up to 64GB. The Mini USB port is used for charging and transferring content off your microSD card, but can also be used with an optional 3.5mm stereo mic cable so you can attach an external mic. Also, next to the touchscreen is the Hero port that lets you attach GoPro’s Battery BacPac, though you’ll be blocking the screen if you do.

The camera’s button layout remains the same, but what was the Wi-Fi power button on the right side is now a “Hilight Tag.” Going through hours of video looking for that one cool moment can be tedious. While recording with the Hero4, you hit the button immediately after that cool moment happens and it’s tagged so you can find it fast later when viewing in GoPro’s free mobile app or desktop Studio software. It’s not the first action cam to have a feature like this, but it’s a nice addition.

When not recording, the button accesses your settings menus. The menus on past models were a mess, but GoPro made things a bit easier by making everything sensitive to which mode you’re in. That means if you’re in video-capture mode and press the settings button, you’ll only get the settings options for video.

Given that there are so many resolution, frame rate and other shooting options, this cuts down significantly on the menu hunting. Plus, now that you have to go into a separate settings mode to turn on Wi-Fi it means that it won’t accidentally kick on in your bag and kill your battery.

At small screen sizes the video looks great, considering the size of the camera and sensor. The camera adjusts quickly and smoothly to exposure changes and handles fast movement (though extreme highlights will blow out) and vibration relatively well, but it’s not without its Jell-O-ey moments. There’s no option for digital image stabilization, but you could crop in when editing to help.

You can also change settings, preview and review and transfer content using GoPro’s mobile app. Just connect the Silver via Wi-Fi directly to your smartphone and you’re set. Bluetooth has been added to the Hero4 to make reconnecting faster and easier. The app can also be used to update the firmware on the camera, which is much easier than the old procedure of loading up a microSD card.

The 1.5-inch touchscreen on back can be used for changing modes and settings, too. Just swipe in from the right and select your mode. Then swipe up from the bottom and change your mode settings.

It’s way more efficient than all the button mashing required when using the buttons and small screen on front, which still isn’t lit in any way making changes at night a pain. The touchscreen lights up just fine, though, and as mentioned earlier it can be used for previewing before you shoot and for reviewing after.

You can also change settings, preview and review and transfer content using GoPro’s mobile app. Just connect the Silver via Wi-Fi directly to your smartphone and you’re set. Bluetooth has been added to the Hero4 to make reconnecting faster and easier. The app can also be used to update the firmware on the camera, which is much easier than the old procedure of loading up a microSD card.

So. Many. Options.

The possible resolution and frame rate combinations seem nearly endless and I’m just talking about straight-up video. Add in stills and time-lapse options and you’ll quickly find there’s no shortage of things to experiment with. I could list them all out here, but you’re better off popping over to GoPro’s specs page for the full details.

Video slider

Again, although you can record at resolutions up to 4K, the most important settings for most people will be the 1080p at 60fps, 960 at 100fps and 720p at 120fps. However, if you’re willing to drop down to 30fps for 1080p or 60fps for 720p, you’ll be able to record video and capture time-lapse photos simultaneously at intervals of 5, 10, 30 or 60 seconds.

Above is a series of sample videos shot with the Hero4 Silver set to 1080p at 60fps using GoPro’s SuperView option that digitally stretches 4:3 video so you end up capturing more of a scene, but still have a 16:9 format. It was edited and exported with the company’s free GoPro Studio software.

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The bit rate at these settings is about 30Mbps, so it’s not the absolute best quality possible from the camera (you’ll have to turn on Protune for that), but more likely what you’d use for uploading to YouTube or Vimeo for sharing.

At small screen sizes the video looks great, considering the size of the camera and sensor. The camera adjusts quickly and smoothly to exposure changes and handles fast movement (though extreme highlights will blow out) and vibration relatively well, but it’s not without its Jell-O-ey moments. There’s no option for digital image stabilization, but you could crop in when editing to help.

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