In a last play to squeeze the remaining juice out of the enthusiast weekender market, GoPro has announced a $199 action camera that packs numerous features from its higher-end models into something much more affordable. It should also help GoPro keep pace with a number of newer competitors from around the world who sell similar cameras at or under the $199 price point.
In terms of design, the Hero is closer to the premium Black and Silver models rather than GoPro's previous budget-oriented Session cameras.
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"HERO is a great first GoPro for people looking to share experiences beyond what a phone can capture", said Meghan Laffey, GoPro's SVP of product. It is waterproof to 30 feet and is extremely durable and ideally suitable for adventurous social sharers and travelers. That's because the Hero integrates some of the best features from those higher-end GoPros while offering a narrower focus on ease of use that should make it attractive to first-time action cam buyers. When you want to turn to stills mode, it'll serve up 10 megapixel quality images.
The new GoPro Hero has the familiar GoPro form factor from the newer Hero 5 or Hero 6, as well as a touchscreen on the back for settings and reviewing shots.
GoPro is framing the new camera as the ideal addition to your adventures: easy to use, durable, and affordable. It'll also be able to record video in 1440p at 60 frames per second or, of course, 1080p60 as well.
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Video stabilization is built-in and it's compatible with most existing GoPro mounting accessories.
It's no secret that GoPro has been struggling, and the introduction of the Hero looks like an effort to right that ship.
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