The GoPro Hero line of cameras has allowed the rest of the world to experience impossible feats of daring in full high-def for years. Now after the successful Hero2, GoPro has gone and created the Hero3.
This newest camera is 30-percent smaller than its predecessor and manages to shed about 25-percent of its weight as well. Despite its smaller size, the new camera comes packed with upgrades including built-in WiFi, a $60 add-on was required previously. The sensor has also seen some serious massaging and is now capable of 1440p video at 48 frames per second, a huge jump over the Hero2′s 1080p maximum resolution. It will also bang out 12-megapixel still photos at 30 frames per second. Consider us impressed.
The new camera should allow many amateur drifters, racers, and gear heads to bang out even higher quality videos of hoonage. We can’t wait.
To see the new camera in action check out the video below and if you want to call one of these your own, the pre-orders are up at GoPro’s website. Estimated ship date is currently November 14, 2012.
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