GoPro expands entry-level lineup with $199 Wi-Fi-enabled Hero+ camera, cuts …

28 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

GoPro Rounds out 2015 Lineup with new HERO+ Camera.

SAN MATEO, Calif., Sept. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO), enabler of some of today’s most engaging content, is making capturing and sharing immersive, on-the-go content more accessible than ever with the release of its new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® enabled HERO+ camera. It’s an action camera that slots in right between the base model Hero+ ($129.99) and the more expensive Hero+ LCD ($299.99), due for release on October 4th. It captures stunning 1080p60 and 720p60 video and 8MP single, Time Lapse and Burst photos with the same impressive image quality that GoPro has become famous for. HERO+ most notably features Wi-Fi which allows it to connect with GoPro’s mobile app and benefit from convenient tools such as a Trim & Share feature that allows the user to quickly create and share short video clips across leading social media channels.

HERO+ rounds out an exciting 2015 GoPro lineup that now boasts the new and impossibly small and simple to use HERO4 Session at a more accessible price of $299.99 MSRP. What began as an idea to help athletes self-document themselves engaged in their sport has become a standard for how people capture themselves engaged in their interests, whatever they may be. From extreme to mainstream, professional to consumer, GoPro enables the world to capture and share its passion in the form of immersive and engaging content. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/gopro-rounds-out-2015-lineup-with-new-hero-camera-300149661.html

Other than the slightly improved sensor, the $70 separating the new model from the Hero+ will get you Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity so you can use your smartphone to frame shots, change camera settings, and share the videos you capture. The feature makes a pretty significant difference in day-to-day use with the camera, especially when the camera itself lacks a color display for watching what you record. The camera’s far smaller than the main flagship Hero 4 models, making it easier to carry around all day as you raft down rapids and climb up mountains.

But it lacks a display, which probably made it a hard sell against the Hero 4 Silver at the exact same price — the $100 drop announced today should change that.

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