Well, its got a much bigger imager then a GoPro, so in that sense it's already one step above. I haven't seen anything shot with it, but most of these Chinese knock off cameras are crap. They don't have the proprietary software that real companies use to drive the imager. Plus, they're all using a very similar h264 encoder which is already 10 years old. It's kinda too bad, none of the cheap Chinese camera companies have really developed a decent solution. There have been a few tries, but all of them have been a failure in one way or another. Mostly due to marketing and poor professional support. At least Canon's 4:2:0 8 bit cameras were bitchin' still cameras, so the "video" portion was only a feature, rather then the cameras main function like the E1.