GoPro HERO10 was introduced with very high-end features. The new model, which also offers the resolution options in HERO9, offers 60FPS while offering 5.2K resolution. Apart from that, 120 FPS in 4K resolution and 240 FPS in 2K resolution are offered. In addition, HERO10 comes with the new GP2 processor.
GoPro, one of the first names that come to mind when it comes to action camera, was on the agenda with the long-awaited HERO10 Black model. HERO10, where the errors in the HERO9 model are closed and brand new additions are made, comes with functional features.
In this context, the new model offers users the opportunity to shoot videos at higher frame rates with its brand new processor. In addition, the model, which offers a more advanced stabilization experience, can obtain more fluid images as a result of this. In addition, HERO10 can stream images to the cloud while charging. But for this, you need to be included in GoPro’s subscription system. Let’s take a closer look at the prominent features and price of HERO10.
5.3K resolution at 60 FPS frame rate:
The new model, which uses the GP2 processor that accelerates data transfers in addition to supporting the new features, comes with features that can evaluate the power of this new processor. In this context, the model, which offers 4K resolution at 120 FPS and 2K resolution at 240 FPS, can offer exactly 5.3K resolution at 60 FPS.
In the photo section, 23MP resolution images can be obtained. In addition, images with a maximum resolution of 19.6MP can be taken from a 5K video.
In the new model, HyperSmooth 4.0 performs the task of image stabilization, that is, anti-vibration. Thanks to this feature, higher frame rates can be achieved at higher resolutions. Another striking feature of the model, which will perform quite well in low light, is the scratch-resistant waterproof coating on the lens.
The last feature we come across before we get to the subscription issue is horizon leveling. This feature, which is also available in previous models, ensures that the image remains flat even if you turn the camera horizontally. This feature, which allows tilting up to 27 degrees in the previous model, can keep the image stable until the device is tilted 45 degrees in the new model. But at this point, the image is limited to 4K 60 FPS or 2.7K 120 FPS.