When the godfather of all action cameras makes a new addition to their line-up, you know it is going to be impressive. GoPro has recently launched their HERO+ LCD, an entry-level action camera that is set to attract even the sceptics. Here are 4 reasons why the HERO+ LCD is a small wonder on its own!
1. Finally a Built-In LCD Screen!
Unlike its other entry-level action camera sibling HERO, the HERO+ LCD features a built-in touch display directly built into its waterproof housing. This means that you now have the convenience of camera control and previewing the video or image you have just taken immediately - Instead of having to hook the device up to a computer.
2. Truly a Small Wonder to Get You Started On the Action
Don’t let its size fool you. The HERO+ LCD is able to capture professional quality videos at 1080p at 60fps and images up to 8MP. On top of this all, the HERO+ LCD is rugged and waterproof of up to 40m – Sturdy enough for the butter fingers alliance and perfect for capturing your drive trips. The device is capable of up to two hours of video recording time and supports microSD cards up to 64GB.
3. Editing On-The-Go
The HERO+ LCD includes amazing editing features like HiLight Tagging and in-camera trimming. While HiLight Tagging allows you to point out important moments while recording and during playback which would make it easier for you to find the clip later on. In-camera trimming on the other hand allows you to create short clips in-camera so that you can share it directly to your social account – Especially useful when on an adventure vacation with your buddies!
4. Sharing and Controls Are a Breeze
Equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the HERO+ LCD is able to connect with your preinstalled Smartphone App or tablet. This allows for convenient camera control and shot preview when your camera is out of reach. Never miss another mid-air shot when tricking out on your skateboard ever again!
The GoPro Hero+ LCD will reach Singapore’s shores on 1 st July and retail for SG$450. Grab yours here!
By Geralyne Kaye Ong / June 15, 2015 5:00PM GMT+8
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