GoPro has announced a new model in its entry-level HERO series of cameras. Previously, there was just the HERO, which was the company's cheapest camera at $129.99 but if you wanted Wi-Fi connectivity you would have to shell out for the more expensive HERO+ LCD, which was a lot more expensive at $299.99.
Now, the company has a new model, the HERO+, which sits conveniently between the two. The HERO+ lacks the LCD of the more expensive model but adds Wi-Fi support so you can connect to your phone and control it remotely or transfer images and videos wirelessly. The HERO+ is priced at $199.99.
GoPro recently launched the HERO4 Session, the company's smallest camera yet, at a rather high $399.99. GoPro has now slashed the price by a $100, making it a lot more affordable at $299.99.
The GoPro series now includes the HERO4 Session, HERO4 Black, HERO4 Silver, HERO+ LCD, HERO+, and the HERO.
Go buy an SJ5000x. It can definitely compete with GoPro. #PoorMan'sGoPro
If you had decided to actually do some research, you wouldve realised that wifi wasnt the only thing that was added
I have seen many copy of GoPro camera. They are just as good and cheaper. This is selling the brand and not the function. $299.99 for a GoPro is ridiculous unless you really doing something sporty with it.