GoPro Hero 4

Sep 29, 2014

Category: Tech

Action cameras are all the rage these days with different companies offering a variety of products, but if the competition doesn’t watch out, GoPro will soon achieve the kind of dominant market share that leads people to refer to all varieties by just one brand name; like how people call adhesive bandages Band-Aids, or how any internet search is “Googling” something.

GoPro’s three newest offerings offer a little something for everyone, with new features including improved 4K video recording and a touch display. The Hero4 Black edition ($499) lets you now capture 4K video at 30 frames per second, and though the Hero4 Silver ($399) has a lower frame rate, it also gives you something that the Black doesn’t have: a touch screen LCD. Both models include built-in Wi-Fi and the ability to capture 12MP photos, and both are waterproof up to 131 feet. Meanwhile, the entry level Hero will go for just $129. They all go on sale October 5th. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

GoPro HERO4 Silver Edition

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