GoPro has released its new HERO10 Black Bones motion camera in response to a number of users who have strapped GoPro to drones.
The New “Bones” version features only basic features, but is smaller and lighter than the previous HERO10 Black.
Its 54g weight allows it to be mounted on a 3-inch FPV and ensures that it does not interfere with the drone’s high-speed motion.
At the same time, the lightweight weight does not affect its picture quality.
The HERO10 Black Bones will allow video recording up to 5.3k at 60fps, or 4K at 120fps, with HyperSmooth 4.0 image stabilization and ReelSteady.
It also has a replaceable lens cap that can easily replace a third party ND filter.
In terms of battery life, it has no built-in battery pack, but is directly powered by the DRONE, supporting the rated voltage of 5-57V 2S-6s battery pack.
As for its price, HERO10 Black Bones will sell for 3,498 yuan on GoPro’s website and come with a license to use the Player+ReelSteady software.