There have been a lot of ups and downs for GoPro over the past few years. Mostly down's, including (most of) their quarterly earning reports and the crash and burn of a highly anticipated drone launch. However, today was a good day for the most recognized action cam on the market.
Their Q2 earnings are in, and they are, well, bad - but, that's a good thing considering how terrible they have been over the past few quarters. They aren't in the red, just less in the black. At $297 million in sales, GoPro notched a 34-percent increase over their Q2 2016, a quarter that marks their worst ever.
"GoPro is building momentum," founder and CEO Nicholas Woodman said in a statement. "Strong demand combined with our cost management and margin initiatives contributed to GoPro's EBITDA positive performance in the second quarter."