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GoPro Expects Q3 Revenue and Margin at High End of Guidance

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GoPro, Inc. announced revenue and gross margin for the third quarter of 2017 are both expected to be at the high end of their previously announced respective ranges of between $290-$310 million and 36-38 percent.

GoPro also forecasts the third quarter to be profitable on a non-GAAP basis, though not profitable on a GAAP basis.

“Consumer demand for GoPro products is strong,” said GoPro Chief Operating Officer CJ Prober.

“Channel inventories have been reduced and we’re incredibly excited about the upcoming launch of two great new products, HERO6 and our 5.2K spherical camera, Fusion.”

CJ Prober and Chief Financial Officer Brian McGee presented those results on September 7 at the Citi Global Technology Conference in New York City.

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GoPro makes it easy for people to celebrate and share experiences. We believe life is more meaningful when shared. We build cameras, software and accessories that help the world share itself in immersive and exciting ways.

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