The age old conqueror of the point-of-view camera market, GoPro, released their version cameras in late 2012, with not just one iteration, but three—White, Silver, and Black. This new line allowed consumers to choose their desired level of features based on their pricepoint, which really opened the door to usable but less expensive cameras. The lesser of all, the GoPro HERO White was marked at only $199; a bargain in comparison to the $400 Black. Through some confusion, GoPro later released the + version in only the Silver and Black—the White continues to be the current price-oriented model. One would assume these cameras would function pretty similarly in shared frame rates and resolutions, but we found some pretty interesting results; keep reading along.