GoPro HERO+ LCD is a new entry level action camera with a LCD screen


The new GoPro HERO+ LCD entry level action camera has a LCD screen and is priced at $299.99. Here are the rest of the specifications:

  • Professional-quality 1080p60 video and 8MP photo capture
  • Touch display for convenient camera control, shot framing, and in-camera playback
  • Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth enables connectivity to the GoPro App and Smart Remote
  • HiLight Tagging lets you mark key moments while recording or during playback for quick editing
  • In-camera video trimming allows you to create short clips for easy content sharing without a computer
  • Power on and record automatically with the press of a single button with QuikCapture setting
  • Long-lasting battery delivers approximately two hours of recording time
  • Integrated housing design for simplicity and ease of use
  • Supports microSD cards (at least Class 10 or UHS-I) up to 64GB
  • Shipping will start on June 7th, 2015
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  • GoPro appears to be the only camera company not struggling in the market.

    • ep

      They had a LOSS of 19 million last year.

      • You must’ve got your very wrong numbers off Yahoo Finance. Check again.

        • ep
          • Bloomberg’s not what it use to be. August 2014? You’re either not very good at trolling, or you’ve been stuck in a cave for the last year.

          • whattheblazes

            That may be so, but the way Sony is currently and aggressively vying for the action cam market, the landscape has already begun to change. I like GoPro a lot but I like Sony a whole lot better and they are gaining rapidly on GoPro in the action cam market. The GoPro Black is $678 here in Australia and Sony’s flagship cam – 4K FDR-X1000V is only $498. The GoPro Hero+ LCD will retail here in July for $429.95 AU…which camera do you think most people will purchase? I know what I’d go for and it won’t be the Hero+ with LCD.

          • I think competition is great. Wish Contour would’ve made it further developing their action cameras. If price alone was the determining factor, then there are other companies who undercut Sony and GoPro. Regardless, between Sony and GoPro, the social media aspects of GoPro are what sway many end user towards GoPro. There are technically superior action cameras on the market, but the overall combination of how GoPro approach this sector is a combination (so far) unmatched by other companies. I do like the Sony action cameras, and I really liked that JVC Axxiom, but if you want content to get noticed, then GoPro is the better choice in creating content.

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