GoPro (GPRO): New Product Line Looks Solid - Oppenheimer
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Oppenheimer analyst, Andrew Uerkwitz, reiterated his Perform rating on shares of GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) after the company unveiled upgraded cameras (Hero5 Black and Hero5 Session), a drone (Karma), a hand-held gimbal, and more user-friendly software (Quik apps) and services (GoPro Plus) on 9/19.
The camera upgrades emphasize peripheral improvements and nice-to-have features. New software and services seek to work with hardware upgrades to reduce users' pain in managing videos. The Karma Drone has a solid industrial design and build quality. Existing GoPro users can find new purposes for their old devices by getting the $799 Karma without a camera.
Shares of GoPro closed at $15.31 yesterday.
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