GoPro has just introduced its follow-up to the GoPro HERO6 action camera. Although from the outside, the new HEREO7 camera line appears generally the same as its predecessor, it is on the inside that sees the most improvement. Along with a bump up in RAM, the HERO7 makes the most out of GoPro’s custom GP1 processor; the camera’s “Hypersmooth” digital image stabilization sets a new benchmark in terms of performance, giving users an extremely smooth picture even when set to the 4K 60fps recording mode.
Offered in the flagship “Black” model along with “Silver” and “White” versions, retailing for $399 USD, $299 USD and $199 USD, respectively, each model features waterproof construction, LCD touchscreens, integrated batteries, a rubberized case design, and automatic back up capabilities for footage.
Watch the video below to see the camera in full action, and don’t forget to check out GoPro’s web store for pre-order info.
In other tech news, Amazon has announced several new gadgets, including an Alexa-enabled microwave.