That’s just an overview of some of the improvements you’ll find in these updated models. For more details and a quick look at some new mount options, check out our sister site Rangefinder for today’s Tech Tuesday blog or find additional information at GoPro.com. The cameras are priced at $400 and $300, respectively.
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