GoPro has announced the latest entry in its flagship action cam lineup, the HERO10 Black. Featuring an upgraded GP2 processor, the new action cam can now shoot 5.3K video at 60 fps, or 4K video at up to 120 fps—that’s double the frame rate of its predecessor. The HERO10 Black also features a new 23MP image sensor and upgraded HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization, both of which are notable improvements over the previous gen. In terms of design, the HERO10 Black is nearly identical to the last gen model, which means it should support any HERO9 Black mods and accessories you might already own.
The HERO10 Black shares many of the great features of its predecessor, such as being completely waterproof up to depths of 33 feet and a having hefty swappable 1720mAh battery. Other returning features include face, smile, and blink scene detection, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth for use with the GoPro app. The HERO10 Black is also cloud-connected with a GoPro subscription, so the moment you plug it in to charge, your footage is automatically updated to the cloud. Updated video features such as HyperSmooth 4.0 have never been smoother, with better low-light performance and horizon leveling with a higher tilt limit. 8x slow-mo at 2.7k, as well as the ability to grab 15.8MP still photos from 5.3K video, ensure you won't miss a single moment.
To commemorate this milestone camera and help it stand out, the HERO10 Black is emblazoned with a special cyan blue GoPro logo on the front and sides.
If you plan on upgrading your current setup or if you're new to the GoPro ecosystem of products, check out our product page for more details and be sure to let us know what you think of the HERO10 Black in the Comments section, below!