Is this the year you're finally going to start that YouTube channel? If you've got a smartphone, you've already got a means to record video; but if you want to capture shop footage, particularly those de rigueur shots where the camera is attached directly to a tool or the material, you'll want to step up to a GoPro.
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The barrier to entry with GoPros is the price. A Hero7 runs $399, the top-of-the-line Fusion is a whopping $599. But they're currently offering a deal you'll not find with competitors: They'll give you $100 in credit for trading in any digital camera, GoPro or not...
"...in any condition," the company writes. "Dented, dinged, destroyed—no problem, we'll take it."
A Hero7 for $299 (or, stretching a bit, a Fusion for $499) sounds a lot more attractive. If you've got an old busted camera gathering dust, you can take advantage of the offer here. (The one caveat: The original retail value of your digital camera has to be at least $99.99.)