GoPro has launched the tenth iteration of its Hero action camera, the GoPro Hero 10 Black. While the casing of the camera looks very similar to the Hero9 that was released almost exactly a year ago, the new camera is claimed to be the most powerful that GoPro has ever produced thanks to its new GP2 chip. The new processor provides a speed update (the previous version had been used since 2016) and means the whole camera should capture, process and upload content much quicker than before. Another new feature is automatic
As you might expect, there are also a number of upgrades to the picture quality too including 5.3k video at 60fps, 4k video at 120 fps and 8x slow mo. The full list of features is below.
Key features of the GoPro Hero 10 Black
– Powerful new GP2 engine
– 5.3K60, 4K120, 2.7K240 (8X slo-mo)
– Rugged + waterproof to 33ft (10m)
– HyperSmooth 4.0 with in-camera horizon leveling
– 23MP images, RAW format, #SuperPhoto, + HDR
– 19.6MP frame grabs
– Improved touch control response
– Uploads automatically to the cloud
– Live streaming in 1080p, now with HyperSmooth 4.0
– Enhanced low-light performance
– TimeWarp stabilized time-lapse video
– Mod ready + compatible with all GoPro mounts
– New removable lens cover that is hydrophobic + combats lens flares/artifacts
– Webcam Mode
The camera costs $499 without a GoPro subscription, $400 for existing GoPro subscribers, or $400 for new subscribers with an included year of GoPro subscription. They also offer a bundle package as well. More info, here.
The GoPro Hero 10 Black is also compatible with most GoPro Accessories.