The new Hero can’t record 4K video but does capture 1440p video at 60 fps or full HD at 60 fps. It can snap 10-megapixel still images and burst at up to 10fps. It also features voice control, like its pricier Hero brethren.
The Hero sports a 2-inch touch display and is waterproof without a housing to a depth of 33 feet. There’s electronic image stabilization plus support for stereo audio recording.
While the Hero doesn’t have ProTune exposure controls, it does offer Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wirelessly offloading your action footage.
The new Hero is available now for $200.
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