GoPro HERO5 Waterproof Action Camera with 2-Inch Touchscreen, Voice Control and Advanced Video Stabilization

GoPro has released HERO5, its latest waterproof action camera. With its 2-inch touchscreen, voice control and advanced video stabilization, the mini camera delivers a more handy way to record every great adventure.

GoPro HERO5 Waterproof Action Camera

GoPro HERO5 is a high-performance and rugged action camera. As we can see from the images, the action camera shows off a gorgeous minimalistic design, and the ultra compact appearance allows it to easily become one indispensable part of your adventure, while using its included and optional accessories, you can easily attach the mini camera on your head, backpack, bike and more. Meanwhile, durable design allows it to work in various harsh conditions, and it’s waterproof to 33ft (10m) without a housing.

GoPro HERO5 Waterproof Action Camera

The HERO5 has the ability to record 4K video at up to 30fps, 1440p video at up to 80fps or 1080p video at up to 120fps and capture up to 12MP photos. Using integrated electronic video stabilization, the action camera delivers stable video recording in various conditions. Furthermore, HERO5 comes equipped with a 2-inch touchscreen LCD display, so you can conveniently play back your shots, change settings, trim your footage and more, and integrated voice control feature lets you control your HERO5 using simple voice commands.

GoPro HERO5 Waterproof Action Camera

Moreover, the action camera has multiple modes including raw file option, WDR mode, burst mode and time lapse mode, and built-in WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity allows it to wirelessly connect with your smartphone for remote control and easy sharing.

GoPro HERO5 action camera has been available for preorder for $399.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to GoPro or B&H for its more details.

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