The premiere of the GoPro Hero10 Black has just taken place, which, like any other GoPro model, allows you to record even higher quality recordings during sports trips.
Better, more efficient and with a new processor, the GoPro Hero10 Black at a glance
Before we move on to the realm of possibilities, it is worth mentioning that the Hero10 Black has three microphones on board with an advanced wind noise reduction system, a housing that guarantees water resistance to a depth of 10 m and a replaceable lithium battery with a capacity of 1720 mAh with an unknown lifetime. It costs $ 399.98, which gives you an additional one-year subscription to the GoPro Cloud, which usually costs $ 49.99.
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What fresh has GoPro introduced to the Hero10 Black model? First of all, the new GP2 processor, which provides access to a larger frame rate as well as better stabilized video. Thanks to this, this sports cam is able to record video in an unprecedented (for GoPro) maximum resolution of 5.3K / 60fps, but of course there are options like 4K and 120 FPS in 4 times slow motion or 2,[email protected] in 8 times the word-mo. Shooting 23-megapixel photos is also involved.
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However, the new processor is also something more than the standard capabilities, because according to the company it also provides better digital stabilization, low-light performance, a faster-responsive rear touchscreen interface, faster content transfer and video processing algorithms that supposedly provide finer details, more realistic textures and better contrast.