Jun 13, 2017 04:05 PM EDT
GoPro Hero 6 News: CEO Nick Woodman Is Confident That GoPro Hero 6 With Better Colors Will Be A Success[VIDEO]
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman, has confirmed that the tech giant is in the process of developing its GoPro Hero 6 action camera, and Woodman is confident that the device will be a success. CEO Woodman is very optimistic about the future of his company.
Back in February, the GoPro CEO did confirm GoPro Hero 6's existence, but Woodman did not pitch in too many details. The only thing the CEO said about the GoPro Hero 6 is that the device will have better colors. GoPro CEO Woodman claimed that the action camera manufacturer is making significant advancements with regards to GoPro Hero 6's color.
Woodman even told the press that they are all going to love the GoPro Hero 6 action camera. Aside from the GoPro Hero 6, Woodman also talked about the upcoming 360- degree action camera, dubbed as the GoPro Fusion, Mashable reported.
Woodman confirmed that along with the GoPro Hero 6 action camera and the Fusion 360- degree action camera, other accessories will also be released. Wherein, there are a number of different accessories to mount the GoPro cameras differently. The GoPro cameras can also be fitted with plenty of things, The Tech Bulletin reported.
Nonetheless, while nothing much is known about the GoPro Hero 6 action camera and the Fusion 360- degree action camera, the tech company has already hinted that the devices will come along with a multifocal point camera. It has been said that the GoPro Hero 6 action camera can provide videos that look like the natural surroundings.
Tech fans and experts are anticipating that the GoPro Hero 6 will be better than the GoPro Hero 5. Some tech fans are expecting the GoPro Hero 6 to be the tech giant's saving grace. In spite of that, the GoPro company is expected to roll out the GoPro Hero 6 before the end of 2017.
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