GoPro Hero 10 Black With New GP2 Processor & 5.3K Video Recording Launched
GoPro Hero 10 Black has just been announced, which introduces a more powerful GP2 processor for better overall performance. The new action camera comes in as a successor to the Hero 9 Black that was launched last year. GoPro Hero 10 Black promises improved video recording and UI performance, HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization, and a higher refresh rate for the front display.
The big change in GoPro Hero 10 Black is the new GP2 processor. Thanks to it, the camera can now shoot up to 5.3K 60fps, 4K 120fps, and 2.7K 240fps videos. The supported framerates in all these resolutions have effectively doubled compared to the Hero 9 Black. It can also capture 23MP photos and promises better low-light performance.
GoPro Hero 10 Black gets improved stabilization called HyperSmooth 4.0 and the limit for the Horizon Levelling feature has been bumped up to 45 degrees, from 27 degrees in the previous model. You’ll also be able to grab 19.6MP still photos from video clips shot at 5.3K resolution.
The new Hero 10 Black has identical dimensions to GoPro Hero 9 Black and features folding mounting feet, voice control, and is waterproof up to 10m. It can automatically upload your content to the cloud (if you have a GoPro subscription) and features such as TimeWarp 3.0, HindSight, Scheduled Capture, and Live Burst are also present.
The new GoPro Hero 10 Black will be available in India in early November for Rs. 54,500. The preceding GoPro Hero 9 Black will continue to be sold at a reduced price of Rs. 43,000. GoPro Hero 10 Black will be available to purchase via Amazon, Flipkart, Croma, and select retail stores.