GoPro offers action cameras for a variety of consumers. If you’re a professional who needs special equipment to capture the perfect action footage the company has various products to suit your needs, and if you’re an average joe who just needs to film jumping off of a cliff on holiday, GoPro has got you covered too. The entry level Hero has been the go-to choice for many average users given its attractive price point and capabilities, and the latest updates that GoPro has made to the Hero make it an even more compelling option.

Those who are familiar with GoPro’s naming conventions will know instantly that the Hero+ is an updated model of the entry level Hero action camera that GoPro released in fall last year.

The latest model has a built-in touchscreen LCD, a feature which was previously limited to the Hero 4 Silver. However unlike the Silver, the LCD can’t be removed from the waterproof case on the Hero+.

Hero+ camera also gets some improvements as well, it’s now capable of recording 1080p video at 30 frames-per-second, bring it down to 720p if you want 60 frames-per-second. It can take stills at 8 megapixels. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are built-in.

GoPro has priced Hero+ at $300 and the camera will go on sale in the U.S. by the end of this week. Customers outside the U.S. will have to wait until after June 12th to get their hands on it.

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