GoPro Philippines launched the newest member of their growing family — the GoPro HERO3+ (read: Hero Three Plus) at an event held today at the Boomland Kart Track in Pasay City.
Arguably the best POV and most advanced GoPro yet, the Hero3+ Black Edition is 20 percent smaller and lighter than previous models when installed in it’s housing, making it even more convenient to mount and wear. It boasts of 30 percent longer battery life, 4x faster Wi-Fi, a new lens for sharper video and improved image quality, a new Auto Low Light mode that intelligently adjusts frame rate for varying lighting conditions, as well as SuperView, which is the new video mode that captures the biggest possible image.
The Hero3+ Silver Edition on the other hand, boasts of an image processor that is twice the speed of its predecessor. The Hero3+ Silver Edition enables 1080p60 and 720p120 fps video, is 15 percent smaller and lighter when installed in it’s housing, and features 4x faster Wi-Fi.
For editing on the go, material taken with a GoPro and transferred via Wi-Fi can conveniently be viewed and edited on mobile devices, using the free GoPro App. Finished material can then be shared on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, or sent via email. The GoPro App is free and is available for both iOS and Android. For those working on their computers, material can be post-processed using GoPro Studio 2.0, the brand’s easy to use storyboard-based video editing software that is also available for free for both Windows and Mac.
The top spec Hero3+ Black Edition – Adventure is priced at PHP 19,900, while the Silver Edition goes for PHP 15,490. The Hero3 White Edition is now available for PHP 11,990.
Go Pro is distributed in the country by Dan’s Manila and Moduvi, Inc.