GoPro Hero 10 Black: a 23 MP sensor and 5K 60FPS videos for 529 euros
GoPro has announced the next version of its action camera, which has a new processor that allows it to shoot at higher frame rates (for slow-motion footage), have better stabilization and download automatically. videos in the cloud.
The GoPro Hero 10 Black is not a major evolution from last year’s GoPro Hero 9 Black, but still improves on the previous generation’s winning formula by using GoPro’s second in-house processor, the GP2. This aims to improve performance both in terms of quality of sequences and ease of use.
Thanks to him, the Hero 10 Black offers higher definitions than the Hero 9 Black, with a maximum of 23 MP in photos instead of 20 MP. It can also take videos with a resolution of up to 5.3K at 60fps, 4K at 120fps and 2.7K at 240fps, compared to 5K at 30fps, 4K at 60fps and 2.7K at 120fps for the Hero 9 Black.
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Stabilization improves, shots are faster
This new high-performance processor also increases the overall speed of the new GoPro, allowing you to switch between shooting modes, navigate menus and review your content much faster. This new speed also applies to the transfer of content to your phone.
Indeed, according to GoPro, the Hero 10 can transfer data wirelessly 30% faster than the GoPro Hero 9. What’s more, you can also connect your phone directly to the GoPro Hero 10 via USB to speed up transfers by 50%. Finally, great news, there is also an option to automatically download your latest footage while the camera is charging.
The GP2 processor also improves the overall quality of your content through enhanced video algorithms with local tone mapping and 3D noise reduction. So you can capture finer details, more realistic textures and better contrast, even in low light.
Another new feature made possible by the improved processor is version 4.0 of HyperSmooth, which is GoPro’s technology to provide gimbal-type stabilization via software. The Hero 10 also features an improved horizon leveling system, which locks in the horizon even when the camera is tilted up to 45 degrees in any direction.
The new camera is already available on the GoPro website at a price of 529.99 euros, but GoPro offers a reduction of 100 euros on the occasion of the launch. This offer comes with a GoPro subscription, which allows you to save unlimited content in the cloud, take advantage of a 50% discount on accessories or even replace the camera in the event of a breakdown.