Apr 2 2014, 2:21pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
GoPro has announced some new accessories that are aimed at making it easier to use and mount the new Hero3+ and Hero3 cameras. The accessories include the slick Gooseneck selling for $19.99 that has a seven link flexible neck that allows the camera to be adjusted into multiple positions. Another accessory called The Frame is designed for ease of use and is the smallest way to mount the GoPro.
The Frame sells for $39.99 and leaves all the ports open so that you can charge the camera and save live output. The Dual Hero System is coming, which is a $199.99 accessory that links two Hero3+ cameras and allows the user to turn the compound video into 3D via software.
Divers will be able to get their hands on the dive Housing for $59.99 that makes the Hero3 camera waterproof to 197 feet deep. An update to the GoPro App makes it easier to share and edit video as well as control the camera remotely.
GoPro will also be rolling out new GoPro Player desktop software for Mac or Windows computers this spring. It will support content all the way up to 4K resolution. The software will also support the printing of full resolution still photos. The Blackout Housing is the last accessory and it is a stealth black housing with a LCD hiding sticker for recording on the down-low. It sells for $49.99. GoPro cameras are some of the most popular sports cameras on the market today.
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