GoPro Releases New Entry-Level Camera
HERO+ LCD includes touch display, integrated Wi-Fi
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Expanding its roster of cameras for nonprofessionals, GoPro announced on Monday the availability of its new HERO+ LCD camera.
The HERO+ LCD ($300) features a touch display for shot framing, an all-new in-camera video-trimming feature, and Wi-Fi connectivity, GoPro said in a press release Monday.
Like the entry-level HERO, the new camera is built directly into its waterproof housing. The company says the camera’s battery life will allow it to deliver approximately two hours of recording time.
“HERO+ LCD illustrates that even as we push the limits of life capture with bleeding-edge devices like the HERO4 Black, we’re also focused on delivering accessible, high-quality capture solutions to anyone wanting to GoPro,” said Nick Woodman, founder and CEO of GoPro, in the press release.