GoPro's chief operating officer CJ Prober joins us to discuss the company's product slate heading into the holiday retail season. The stock dipped after Google announced its new Clips cameras, but Prober says it's not a technology GoPro doesn't have itself. The difference lies in how GoPro uses that A.I. tech. Last month, GoPro announced its most advanced camera yet, the HERO6. Prober calls it the company's "smartest camera ever" and explains the uses of its custom chipset. He also tells us that the company doesn't view itself as competing with smartphones in the camera market, but as an accessory to smartphone cameras. He views GoPro as an "untethered lens" or accessory to your smartphone. The brand-new "Quikstories" feature makes the relationship between your phone and your GoPro even more seamless. We also look ahead to the holiday season. GoPro has a bigger product line than ever before, with price points for everyone. He says partnering with PayPal on its flexible spending service benefits both consumers and merchants.