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GoPro 360° ‘Fusion’ Lands in Oz For Over $1,000

GoPro’s new 360-degree action camera, the Fusion, has officially landed in Australia, however, the sturdy and robust action cam will not be for the price conscious at RRP A$1,099.

The company claims the Fusion is its “most versatile” GoPro ever.

The device comes with an extension pole, tripod and a suite of other included accessories.

Consumers have the option of purchasing an extended 2 year warranty from GoPro, as part of their “you break it, we replace it” program.

The Fusion incorporates enhanced stabilisation features and boasts 5.2K video in a 360-degree spherical format, courtesy of a dual-lens.

The camera features ‘smart stitching’ to remove any camera poles/accessories – just high-quality 360° video footage.

Despite its high price tag, GoPro is reportedly “stoked” to launch the Fusion camera in Australia.

The news comes after the company posted a disappointing earnings forecast, and lower-than-expected overall holiday sales. As previously reported, the company is also open to selling.

GoPro has also recently announced it will no longer be producing drones, thereby recommitting itself to cameras.

The company will reveal its 2017 full year financial results during a LIVE investors call on February 1st 2pm Pacific Time, here.

 

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