GoPro Hero10 Black brings 5.3K video to 60fps, a new GP2 chipset, and improved video stabilization
GoPro’s latest flagship action camera comes with a 23.6MP sensor that features low-light low-light performance, 5.3K video recording at 60fps, and the brand’s latest Hypersmith 4.0 video stabilization. The Hero10 Black can catch 4K videos at 120fps or 2.7K at 240fps. This new GP2 chip pack is what promises to be two faster Era faster video frame rates with better video algorithms with local tone mapping and 3D noise reduction.
The Hero10 still has the same basic design as the Hero9 but has a slightly wider range at 153 grams than its octave. The newer models still have LCD screens, and GoPro claims that the front unit resets a frame, so you can see that you’re catching uring.
You can stream the Hero10 in 1080p resolution with HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization. There also are HindSight, LiveBurst, Scheduled Capture, and Duration Capture mode. You can also use your Hero10 with a webcam thanks to the new webcam model. The Hero10 packs up to three microphones that swell with noise reduction and stereo can record stereo and RAW audio. It comes with a removable 1,720mAh battery that charges over USB-C.
GoPro Hero10 Black retails for $ 500 / € 580 and is already up to grabs from the GoPro online store and partner retailers.