By Les Shu — – DigitalTrends.com
GoPro has a new entry-level Hero camera that may appeal to those who want more a bit more performance than the basic model offers, but don’t require all the bells and whistles of the higher-end Hero4 models. The new Hero+ LCD, available starting on June 7 for $300, has a built-in LCD (hence its name), enhanced video resolution, higher-resolution for photos, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity.
Like the Hero4 Silver, the Hero+ LCD has a touchscreen display on the back that lets you frame your shot and access controls — handy for tasks like in-camera editing of short clips. New to the entry-level series is HiLight Tagging, which lets you mark favorite moments during recording so you can easily revisit them in post-editing. Like the Hero, the Hero+ LCD is built into (non-removable) underwater housing that makes it waterproof down to 131 feet and resistant to any shocks it might encounter through the course of rugged activities.
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