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GoPro CEO says Hero6 action camera is gonna be bitchin’

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GoPro’s outspoken CEO Nick Woodman doesn’t sugarcoat answers to questions with buzzwords and jargon.

During a fireside chat with press at the Mountain Games, Woodman talked at length about a number of topics, touching on his company’s upcoming Fusion 360-degree camera, the current state of VR and its future, and dropped a hint for the Hero6.

Though it doesn’t seem that way, GoPro’s got a history of releasing new action cameras annually.

The Hero HD came out in 2010, HD Hero2 in 2011, Hero3 in 2012, Hero3+ in 2013 and Hero4 in 2014, Hero4 Session in 2015, and Hero5 Black and Hero5 Session in 2016. There were a bunch of variants in between, but GoPro smartly axed them from the lineup because there were just too many models confusing buyers. Read more…

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