Two times more affordable than its predecessors!
GoPro started selling HERO+, the new entry-level camera for those who need high-quality picture with the ability to edit the results “on the move”. New camera shoots Full HD video and has a built-in Wi-Fi at a price of $200, making it one of the most affordable cameras in the line of the company.
Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection with GoPro App
Official application GoPro App allows you to fully control the camera from your phone by connecting to it via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. You can view photos and videos and create small video clips on your phone or tablet for instant publication on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, etc. For larger tasks you will need the Smart Remote, which is able to control multiple GoPros at a distance of up to 591 feet.
HERO+ video quality
HERO+ can shoot videos at 1080p or 720p at up to 60 frames per second, and built-in user modes make it easy to shoot.
HERO+ shoots in the conventional regime SuperView introduced in older models: wide exclusive video mode, in which the frame gets literally all around.
QuikCapture turns GoPro camera in one-button device: simply press it and start shooting without any additional training.
Auto Low Light automatically changes the frame rate, depending on the lighting conditions and continues to make high-quality image without changing the camera settings.
Versatile photo capture
The wide-angle lens with a fixed focal length of f/2.8 allows to take high-quality 8MP photos. In the Time Lapse mode, HERO+ automatically takes a photo at predetermined intervals from 0.5 to 60 seconds. The Burst mode is convenient for more active shooting, allowing to shoot up to 5 frames per second.
Leightweight, small, rugged and waterproof HERO+
HERO+ weighs only 120 grams (4.2 ounces) and is small in size and easy to operate. The new camera is waterproof to 131 feet and has silicone cover case, that is designed to work in extreme conditions to withstand dirt, sand, snow, water, etc. However, the battery is built in and can’t be separated from the camera.
Even though HERO+ doesn’t support 4K video and doesn’t have a touchscreen or dual microphones like its more expensive counterparts, its price is really enticing!