By Jonathon B. KrantzPublished Aug 02, 2017 11:33:59New GoPro video cameras will soon be the easiest way to capture underwater video and take photos underwater.

A new GoPro video system is scheduled to go into production in the first half of 2018, and the company has just announced that it will stream video from underwater to the internet.

A GoPro Hero 4 Black will be capable of capturing up to 5K video and 60 frames per second (fps) and will also have a 1.5-inch LCD display, which means that you can see the video in real time.

The company says that the camera will also be able to record underwater photos in 30fps, and will allow users to record video from the camera’s front-facing camera.

This new GoPro camera is set to be the world’s first to be capable on the internet of capturing underwater footage.

The first GoPro camera to be released to the public, the Hero 4, was released in 2012, and GoPro made it a goal to stream live underwater footage to the web.

GoPro also has an entire series of tutorials about how to take underwater photos.