GoPro went digital and since then many competitors have grown in popularity, providing features that equal or even surpass those of GoPro.

The Insta360 One is a modular camera that allows you to swap the lens between a standard, wide-angle 16mm lens and a 360°, 17mm lens.

The DJI Osmo Action 3 camera is an excellent option for people who want to shoot 4K video. It offers 120fps of 4K quality at a moderate price.

The Akaso Brave 7 LE includes two batteries, a waterproof case (30M) and remote in the box, and is able to capture video at 4K/30 or stills.

If a 64MP still doesn't do it for you, DJI Pocket 2 has an option for 4K videos at 60 fps. HDR is also available, but videos are only at 2.7K.

The Insta360 Go2 camera has a wireless connection to an app, a built-in tripod, and a charging case that looks like the best wireless earbuds.

Insta360 One RS 1-inch  it shoots 6K footage and 360° photos with a pair of 1-inch CMOS sensor. Plus, this time you get up to 48MP still images.

The Wolfgang GA400 has a basic image stabilizer, but the ultra wide-angle lens is deserving of the word ultra with a 170° field of view. 

GoPro is a popular brand, but other brands are offering similar, or higher quality products. The decision becomes even more difficult to make.