GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) has announced a next generation GoPro4 device, which is capable of serving the quality that has never been seen in any of the GoPro Hero series and other head mountable recording devices available in the market. The new GoPro starts from $129 and goes all way up to $500 and offers 4K video recording at a rate of 30 fps.
It again comes in two editions, black and silver, and top of the line Black Version is priced at $500, whereas the other one is at $400. All new Black Edition can capture the 4K videos at 30 fps, 2.7K at 70 fps and 1080p at an amazing 120 fps. The GoPro can now be helpful in making videos that include slow motion.
Apart from being water and dust proof, these new models include improved image quality, low-light performance, highlight moment tagging and an improved users interface that offers easy control over the device.
The device, however, is slight expensive, and company has launched Hero, an entry level GoPro priced at $129. Apart from having a rugged dust and waterproof housing this device is capable of capturing 1080p videos at 30 fps and 720p videos at 60fps.
“For the past 12 years, our passion has been to make it easy for people to self-capture jaw dropping, professional quality footage of themselves engaged in their favorite activities,” GoPro founder and CEO, Nicholas Woodman, said in a statement. “That passion led us to embark on our most ambitious design and engineering effort ever, and the result is nothing short of the ultimate GoPro – the Hero4 Black. We can’t wait to see what the world captures with it.”
However, on the flip side company shares also reflected a growth of 6%. There was an overall increase of $4.92 in the GoPro shares, which makes $87.02 in total.