GoPro dropped the price of its HERO6 camera today $100 to $399 shipped. It can be found at various retailers like Amazon, Walmart, B&H (Tax only in NY/NJ), Best Buy and more. The HERO6 sets itself apart from the rest of the line with 4K at 60FPS or 1080 at 240 (for great slo-mo), GPS, 33′ waterproof, voice control and ultra-wide angle glass lens.

  • Supports 4K60, 2.7K120, 1080p240 Video
  • Capture 12MP Photos at 30 fps
  • Ultra-Wide-Angle Glass Lens
  • Waterproof to 33′
  • Voice Control
  • Rear Touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi for Remote Monitoring and Control
  • Interval Capture for Time-Lapse
  • Linear Video Mode Corrects Distortion
  • Flat and Curved Adhesive Mounts Included

Designed with a new in-house processor, 60fps 4K, 240fps 1080p and a host of other features, it is dubbed the most advance action camera from GoPro yet.

GoPro is outfitting its newest camera with a range of sensors, which includes GPS functionality, accelerometers and more. But what consumers are sure to love most is the new stabilization features. Something that has long plagued amateur content on action cameras, GoPro demonstrated some impressive footage on stage that made it appear like those concerns are a thing of the past.

HERO6 will sport the same touchscreen display as the previous generation model, bringing digital zoom via touch to the party. It will also have the same integrated voice controls for quick capturing of footage on-the-go. Along with the faster processor, a new 802.11ac radio will offer quicker transfer of footage between device and app.

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