As for its specifications are concerned, the GoPro Hero+ comes between the GoPro Hero and the previously mentioned GoPro Hero+ LCD, with which it shares most of its properties. It does not feature an LCD screen, but it boasts built-in Wi-Fi, which enables easy data transfer. The camera records Full HD (1920 x 1080) and HD (1280 x 720) footage at 60 fps, while images are 8MP.
The Hero+ sports Burst and Time Lapse capture modes, and as far as other advanced options are concerned, there are: Bluetooth, QuikCapture (with a single press of a button, the camera switches on and starts recording), SuperView (which brings wide-angle FOV), HiLight Tag, AutoLow Light mode, an integrated microphone, and it is also waterproof (integrated into an ultra-durable sealed housing) to 40m and compatible with GoPro's various mounts and accessories.
The GoPro Hero+ has been available for sale since yesterday, October 4, and its price is $199.99.
The news was taken from GOPRO.