Every year, shortly after the release of a new iPhone, GoPro releases a new version of its own action camera, this year’s Hero 10 Black, which is expected to be released next month.
Now that there’s been some press release about the appearance and specs of Hero 10 Black, it might be time to get your hands on it.
In the exposed images, Hero 10 Black continues the look of its predecessor, including dual front and rear screens, a raised camera, and a home screen that doesn’t appear to have a larger footprint. But the GoPro logo underneath the front subscreen has been changed from grey to blue.
According to the report, the Hero 10 Black is powered by a Gopro-designed GP2 processor, making it more powerful overall. It also uses a new image sensor that increases the resolution of photos from 20 megapixels to 23 megapixels.
Hero 10 Black is expected to support 5.3K/60fps video, or 4K/120fps video, which is a huge increase over the previous generation’s 5K/30fps and 4K/60fps.
In addition, Hero 10 Black’s 240fps video resolution has been increased from 1080P to 2.7K video.
Last year, Hero 9 Black was well received with HyperSmooth anti-shock 3.0, a built-in horizon correction feature, 30-second video pre-recording, timed shooting, timed shooting, and live photos. It will also be updated to HyperSmooth 4.0.
There is no price information for the Hero 10 Black, which started at 3,498 yuan last generation and is expected to be similar this generation.