The recent reports revealed that, GoPro introduced its Hero4, the newest line of participant-sports-oriented video cameras. Moreover, the company has also lowered the price of its cheapest camera up to 129 dollars from 200 dollars and neatened up entire lineup parts too.
Certainly, the action sports fanatics are collecting the GoPro video cameras in millions. The GoPro’s camera device features include image stabilization technology, wide lens, escalated on helmets, could turn out a glossy professional gaze, which is unattainable with handy smartphones.
The company started its operations almost a decade ago, and by now it is shipping around 3 million cameras having the annual revenue of 1 billion dollars. Moreover, in the month of June, GoPro went public with the valuation of 3 billion dollars.
GoPro cameras are especially designated for wet and rugged environments. Though, the starting price of GoPro cameras was previously 200 dollars, which is now revised to 129 dollars.
Certainly, Hero4, GoPro’s latest camera, which has the ability shoot high definition videos, would cost 129 dollars after the launch on October 5th, making Hero4 an affordable holiday gift.
Some reliable sources revealed that, currently company is working to broaden the appeal of the camera by adding the touch-screen feature at the back side of camera. Though, usually, users attach their GoPro cameras with their smartphones in order to program them. If you want better video quality and photo shooting abilities, you may go for silver Hero4 costing 399 dollars.
Hero 4 Black targets, GoPro for more than 100 dollars. It can shoot 4K video at 30 frames /seconds, opponent to other professional camcorders. High quality frames can be dragged from the video footage. The new 499 dollar price tag for the Black is removed to the 399 dollar price, which its ancestors launched, two years ago. All the cameras are getting upgraded which will improve low-light capture and audio recording, said by GoPro.
New accessories will strike in the market next week, together with a remote control for the Black and Silver that works from 600 feet away. Between Labor Day and Friday’s close, GoPro’s shares have gone up more than 52 percent, and then it increased further at 8percent early Monday to about 89 dollars.