Recently, the company has updated its range of actioncams with new models that include improved video recording or a built-in touch screen. Among the most talked about additions to the GoPro range is the GoPro Hero 3+ and the GoPro Hero 4.
GoPro Hero 4 is really capable of recording video in 4K resolution at a speed of 30 frames per second, 1080p at 120fps and 720p at 240fps, which became possible with the advent of the new SoC Ambarella A9 chip (dual A9 ARM Core ® CortexTM-A9 processor 1 GHz and FPU acceleration ) for advanced applications, wireless connection, and streaming video in social media.
Also introduced is an entry-level model, simply called the Hero. It offers 1080 at 30 fps at 720p at 60 fps with a built-in rugged, waterproof housing. All three models will be available October 5; the GoPro Hero4 Black will cost $499 and the Hero4 Silver will sell for $399.