Alternative products to GoPro Hero+

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GoPro Hero+

Full HD 60fps capture and Wi-Fi for $200

6 Alternatives to GoPro Hero+

The new $199 camera from GoPro 📸

GoPro Hero is the new camera added to the GoPro lineup. It costs $199 and is available in the market.

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WIRED
There's a new GoPro in the world, and man is it cheap. The new GoPro Hero is available globally right now for $199. This GoPro-called simply "Hero," with no number after it-looks just like the other cameras in the company's flagship Hero line, and it works with all of the accessories made to fit those cameras.
Gopro
Sharing cool experiences with HERO is simple. It offloads your photos and videos to the GoPro app which creates fun, shareable videos for you, automatically. No more fumbling with your SD card or plugging your camera into a computer. HERO makes it simple.
The Verge
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman has promised for a few months now that a new entry-level camera was coming, and today, the company delivered. A new camera has been added to the GoPro lineup that's simply called the Hero. It looks just like the Hero 5 and Hero 6, costs $199, and is available starting today.
17 Alternatives to GoPro Hero

The first ever $1 Hot Wheels car that's compatible w/ GoPro

What started as one creative idea—duct taping the ice-cube sized GoPro HERO Session to a Hot Wheels car ripping around a track—has turned into a full-on movement backed by the creative minds at Mattel.

This week they launched the first ever GoPro-compatible Zoom In car.

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The Verge
Hot Wheels has a new die-cast toy car out with an oddly advanced feature: support for a GoPro camera, through a cleverly built-in mount on the top of the car, . The new whip is officially called the "Zoom In" (get it? It's a camera pun! Like when you zoom in with a camera?
Mashable
Hot Wheels has some pretty creative fans, and its latest creation gives them a new way to express that creativity. Hot Wheels Zoom In is a toy car with an attachment for holding a GoPro camera. This new car is a collaboration between the two brands.
Gizmodo
Watching a race from the sidelines is never as fun as being in the driver's seat, and with that obvious wisdom in mind, Mattel has partnered with GoPro to create a new camera-compatible Hot Wheels car that lets kids and grownups experience what it's like to careen down those iconic orange plastic tracks.
CNET
GoPro is hitching a ride with Hot Wheels, as the two companies team up to create the first die-cast toy car that attaches to a GoPro action camera. That means Hot Wheels fans can capture video of fast-flying toy car stunts from the driver's seat, so to speak.
8 Alternatives to Zoom In by Hot Wheels
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