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Get the GoPro Hero7 Black On Sale for $50 Off at Walmart

deals 3/12/19

Instead of taking photos with your smartphone during your next vacation, maybe it’s time to upgrade and grab a GoPro action camera. Luckily, the GoPro Hero7 Black is now on sale for $ 349, or $ 50 off its retail price at Walmart.

Deals BugNormally going for $ 399, the GoPro Hero7 Black is one of the few action cameras out there that can film super-smooth HD and 4K footage without the use of a gimbal, thanks to its “HyperSmooth” stabilization settings. It also features GoPro’s Intelligent Photo Mode to capture detailed and rich images using its 12-megapixel shooter. The durable and rugged action cam is even waterproof, so you can film in the ocean without worrying that it will short circuit and die on you.

The GoPro Hero7 Black can sync to your mobile device via the GoPro app for live-streaming on Facebook Live and quick sharing on Snapchat and Instagram.

The Hero7 Black earned “excellent” marks in PCMag’s review and our coveted Editors’ Choice recommendation.

“The GoPro brand is almost synonymous with its small, go-anywhere, survive-anything action cameras,” we wrote. “And while the Hero7 Black’s upgrades are more evolutionary than revolutionary, it’s still the best video camera offered by the company to date.”

Along with voice controls, digital noise reduction features, loop recording, and scene detection technology, the GoPro Hero7 Black is one of the most advance action cams that’s also the perfect size to take just about anywhere with you — including underwater.

But don’t just take our word for it. Walmart customer Nosebump writes:

“I purchased the GoPro Black about a month ago and couldn’t be happier. It’s stupid simple to work and the images are exceptional. I’ve noticed that the small size makes the camera less intimidating to others, as opposed to my other “normal” cameras… The motion stabilization is a nice touch, and will make a better photographer out of you.”

Post by Rudie Obias of the Mashable Deals team; originally appeared on Mashable.com.

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