|Bid||6.36 x 40000|
|Ask||6.48 x 800|
|Day's Range||6.28 - 6.50|
|52 Week Range||4.42 - 11.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||6.09|
Tech product announcements can be borderline routine. This one, however, is the company's first refresh of its core products in about half a decade—and it’s the embodiment of CEO Nick Woodman’s claim that the action-camera maker, shares of which are still well off their post-IPO highs, can turn things around by re-centering around a straightforward strategy of either relaunching or discounting its key products every year. During a Thursday morning conference call, Woodman delivered his opening remarks in full sales mode, just short of a snarl, before launching a slick promotional video—a version of which linked to here.
Shares of GoPro Inc. are up 2% in Thursday morning trading after the company announced its new Hero7 family of cameras. The Hero7 Black camera, which goes for $399, has what the company calls "the best in-camera video stabilization ever featured in a camera" as well as live-streaming abilities. The company also announced its new $299 Hero7 Silver and $199 Hero7 White cameras, which are waterproof to 33 feet and support voice commands. The cameras are currently available for pre-order. They'll be on sale in international stores starting Sept. 27 and in domestic stores starting Sept. 30. GoPro shares are down 40% over the past 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 17%.
Fitbit (FIT) stock tumbled shortly after Apple (AAPL) unveiled its latest smartwatch model, the Apple Watch Series 4. The new Apple smartwatch is packed with more fitness and health tracking features than its predecessors. As a result, the Apple Watch Series 4 appears to venture further into Fitbit’s fitness and wellness territory.
Three years after its introduction, GoPro is killing its Session camera line. The cute little cube was dropped today after GoPro revealed its latest lineup of Hero7 cameras. When the Hero4 Session was first revealed in 2015, it was the action camera company's first major redesign and signaled some dramatic ethos shifts, some that ultimately found their way to other GoPro cameras and others that it seems to be taking to the grave.
Any story about GoPro's product line is also a story about the health of the public company and this year, that story seems to be a more conservative one with the company's new flagship device the Hero7 Black moving mostly lateral on hardware specs while throwing its focus to software tech like digital video stabilization. The moves seem designed to reduce R&D costs while widening the gap between the low and high-end on the company's far cleaner product line. While there were only so many directions the company could move in technically from the Hero6 Black which shot 4K at 60 frames, the H7 Black is treading water on more than a few specs as the internals take only minor updates all powered by the company's last-gen GP1 chip.
GoPro delivered a big refresh of its cameras today with a lot of new product names but not quite as many hardware updates as we've seen in past updates.The new lineup from GoPro is definitely less confusing from a branding perspective.
Ever wondered why GoPro's flagship camera is called "the Black" but has always been silver or gray? Things improved with the Hero 6, but there were still some issues, usually when you make sharp movements (a common occurrence with an action camera of course).
The new Hero7 Black camera features better video stabilization, live streaming and voice command capability. GoPro has been outfitting its flagship adventure cameras with shareable, social-focused features like easy uploading and unique video formats in an effort to revive sales. The $399 Hero7 Black also features new stabilization technology, voice command capability and a new video format the company is calling TimeWarp, which compresses longer experiences into short, speeded-up videos.
HERO7 Black 'HyperSmooth' Video Stabilization Sets New Bar for Digital Imaging $399 Flagship GoPro also Features Live Streaming, TimeWarp Video, SuperPhoto, Improved Audio, and Face, Smile and Scene Detection ...
GoPro has unveiled the Hero 7 action camera family, and the focus this year is on the basics -- that is, an easy-to-understand lineup of cameras that take better shots. Not that GoPro is leaning solely on anti-shake technology to sell the Black.
SAN MATEO, Calif. , Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) today announced that it will host an audio-visual product launch webcast on Thursday, September 20 at 8 a.m. Pacific Time ( ...
Wireless and home speaker manufacturer Sonos (NASDAQ:SONO) just reported its first quarterly numbers as a public company. Sonos stock dropped. Looking at the numbers, the trends and the industry, I’m not really seeing anything I like about Sonos.
The rise and fall of Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) and GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) has made many investors wary of wearables stocks. Although Samsung has increasingly embraced wearables, it does not currently trade on U.S. markets. Investors wanting to profit from this growing trend should look at these four wearables stocks.
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Many investors, unless they’re venture capitalists, tend to think of startups as something that exist in a different land. While it’s fun to hear about innovation and possibilities, the average investor isn’t afforded many opportunities to put their money into a startup. For one, the next generation of startups could very well be the next generation of IPOs.
GoPro (GPRO) does its manufacturing in China. Although the company hasn’t been hit by President Donald Trump’s tariffs targeting imports from China, it’s exploring the possibility of moving its manufacturing out of China. Tariffs like the ones the Trump administration has imposed on Chinese goods have the effect of making imports from China more expensive when they arrive in the United States.
After Ambarella (NASDAQ:AMBA) posted quarterly results, the stock tanked by around $5 at the open. Despite the promise of CV, or computer vision, Ambarella is still a “show me” company. Ambarella lost $0.21 a share, or $6.9 million, compared to $0.10, or $3.3 million, in profits last year.
Austin Mittelstadt has posted photos of a store display that spills the beans on GoPro's unannounced Hero 7 action cameras. The leak shows a cam that looks similar to the Hero 6 on the surface, but promises "gimbal-like" image stabilization that's smoother than what you get with its soon-to-be-outdated precursor. GoPro is believed to be introducing the Hero 7 line sometime later in September.
GoPro’s latest action camera isn’t expected to be revealed until later this month, but we just caught a pretty good glimpse of the thing. Of course, plenty of other companies have tried their hands at competing (and often cheaper) devices, causing the company to diversify its offerings.
Ambarella's (AMBA) fiscal Q2 earnings and revenues decline year over year due to softness in the drone market. Elevated operating expenses also hurt earnings.