GoPro Hero10 Black officially debuts, the new GP2 processor brings higher pixels and smoother graphics

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GoPro Hero10 Black officially debuted, this time also benefited from the new GP2 processor and 23.6MP CMOS, so that this sports camera can have a higher pixel, smoother picture, but also enhanced wireless and wired connectivity.

GoPro Hero10 Black

GoPro

As beforeBroke the newsAccording to the content, through the new GP2, GoPro provides Hero10 Black with ultra-high-definition and smooth picture quality of up to 5.3K / 60p, as well as smoother picture options of 4K / 120p and 2.7K / 240p. With the new generation of HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization technology, how much shaking Hero10 Black is facing this time, I believe it can bring a sufficiently stable and smooth picture.

As a camera, Hero10 Black can take 23MP still photos with higher pixels. At the same time, thanks to the more powerful computing of the new processor, its low-light performance will be improved. In addition, users can also capture 19.6MP photos in 5K/30p 4:3 videos; or capture 15.8MP photos in 5.3K/60p videos. The new front screen of the previous generation has also increased the refresh rate on Hero10 this time to provide a smoother preview effect.

GoPro Hero10 Black

GoPro

After Hero10 Black took the wonderful picture, of course, it was necessary to share it on social platforms immediately. This time, GoPro also provides a wired USB connection, allowing users to directly connect Hero10 with their mobile phones. The transmission speed will be nearly 50% faster than wireless. It is even more practical for transferring high-quality videos. However, GoPro has also improved the wireless transmission speed, saying that Hero10 will be 30% faster than the previous generation.

GoPro Hero10 Black

GoPro

GoPro continues to emphasize cloud services, so this time the price of GoPro Hero10 Black is also cheaper with GoPro subscription service, which costs $399.98; the net price is 499.99. At the same time, GoPro added a new ability to automatically back up new cameras. Hero10 can be set to automatically back up to the cloud when charging, saving a lot of time.

As for the subscribers of the existing GoPro service, you can even start with the Hero10 accessory kit for the same US$400, which will come with a tripod worth US$150 with extension pole, magnetic stand, spare battery and 32GB memory card.

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