GoPro (GPRO -3.30%) has seen its revenue skyrocket from just $64 million in 2010 to $1.6 billion in 2015, thanks to the company's popular line of action cameras. But lately, GoPro has faced a few missteps, including poor sales of some of its recent devices and a painfully slow move into new revenue streams. 

As a result, investors have seen GoPro's stock plummet more than 70% over the past 12 months. But GoPro isn't finished yet. The company knows it needs to start making money from user-generated videos, and could see a boost in revenue once it enters the drone market. Click on the slideshow below to find out more about GoPro's current obstacles and future opportunities. 

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