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|Audio Format||AAC with AGC|
|Still Image Resolution||JPEG: 8 Megapixel, 3264 x 2448 (4:3)|
|Sampling Frequency||AAC: 48.0 kHz|
|Recording Media||microSD/HC/XC Up To 64 GB 1 Please Note:Class 10 or UHS-I requiredclose|
1920 x 1080p / 60 fps / 50 fps / 30 fps
/ 25 fps
1280 x 720p / 60 fps / 50 fps
|Package Weight||0.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.9 x 4.1 x 2.4"|
|Maximum Aperture||f/ 2.8|
|Inputs||1x USB Micro-B 3 Please Note:For charging and file transfer/playbackclose|
|Weight||4.48 oz / 127 g|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Battery||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 3.8 VDC, 1160 mAh,
Providing up to 2.5 Hours per Charge
4 Please Note:In 720p 60fps SuperView mode with Touch Display off and Wi-Fi off.close
|Built-in Mic||Yes 2 Please Note:Monoclose|
|Waterproof Depth Rating||131.0' / 40.0 m (Camera)|
|Burst Photo||5 photos / 1second(s)|
|Exposure Metering||Average, Spot|
|Interval Recording||.5 sec
|Remote Control||Smart Remote (Optional)|
|Burst Rate||Up to 5 fps for up to 10 frames|
The GoPro Hero+ is a solid action camera if you're on a budget, but it can't be removed from its case and you can't swap its battery.
Rugged design. Numerous mounts available. Built-in Wi-Fi. 1080p60 video capture. Extremely wide field of view. Affordable.
Clunky interface. Front LCD not backlit. Can't be removed from case. Built-in battery can't be swapped in field. Two-hour recording life per charge. Lens shows a lot of distortion. Omits image stabilization. Requires optional accessory for tripod use. Doesn't include AC adapter.
The GoPro Hero+ LCD isn't exactly a bargain for its entry-level specs, but if you appreciate a streamlined feature set and its built-in touchscreen, it's worth the extra money over the very basic Hero.
The GoPro Hero+ LCD puts a live-view touchscreen on the back of a camera that's capable of very good 1080p video capture at 60 frames per second. Built-in wireless lets you use your phone or tablet to remotely control the camera.
The camera is permanently in its polycarbonate housing; the battery is nonremovable; limited shooting options compared with others in its price range and a significant drop in features and performance from the $400 Hero4 Silver.
I got it on a Friday and played with it for 2 days. I made several time-lapse video, and used the GoPro software to add music to my video. Today (Sunday) I actually returned it to get the GoPro HERO+ LCD. I use reading glasses and the screen on the front was a bit difficult for me to view.
Got my money's worth in fun in about 2 hours. Using your smart phone as a viewer is super handy. Doesn't have lcd but found you don't really need it if you have the smart phone. For an extra 200 plus dollars i can live without the lcd for now until I get to the next level.