GoPro HERO3 Black Edition

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It looks like the folks at GoPro have another hit on their hands with the introduction of the their all new GoPro HERO 3: Black Edition mountable camera system.

The latest offering from GoPro is leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessor, and the brand has really innovated this time around. The new unit is 25 percent lighter, thirty percent smaller in size, and two times more powerful than the previous GoPro models. The unit can capture video at two times the frame rate of the prior model, and also offers two times the resolution.  This Black Edition kit is waterproof up to 197 feet, and can take the bumps and bruises from your run of the mill action sports endeavors. It even includes a built in Wi-Fi system  and a 12 megapixel camera that can capture 30 photos per second. See the GoPro HERO 3 in action below.

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