The GoPro Hero 10 Black can auto-upload all its content to the cloud over Wi-Fi when charging if you have the GoPro subscription.
GoPro has released its much-awaited flagship action camera, the Hero 10 Black, with the new GP2 chip. For a long time, the company was stuck with GP1 Chip. The second iteration of the in-house designed chip from GoPro offers video recording of 5.3K @60, 4K @ 120, and 2.7K @ 240. Also, the front-facing display benefits from the processor as the previews are much smoother. GoPro claims that the touch screen is now more responsive, and the touch response is much better than the predecessors.
The GP2 processor also comes with a new image processor (ISP) that promises improved quality photos and videos. GoPro Hero 10 Black still includes the same 23.6MP sensor as its predecessor. But, it now enables you to take up to 23MP still photos and up to 5.3K @ 60FPS video recording. However, the sensor is the same as the previous generation. Although, there were rumors about a 1-inch sensor. The GoPro Hero 10 also lets you frame grab 19.6MP stills from a 5.3K video.
Hypersmooth technology has been a significant feature of the GoPro devices. This time, it also brings better video stabilization with HyperSmooth 4.0, allowing you to shoot smooth videos up to 5.3K @ 30FPS. The camera also supports up to 45-degree horizon leveling and a new hydrophobic (and water-shedding) glass lens cover. The battery remains the same at 1,720mAh, as its predecessor
The GoPro Hero 10 Black can auto-upload all its content to the cloud over Wi-Fi when charging if you have the GoPro subscription. The GoPro Hero 10 Black is priced at $499, which is $50 higher than last year's Hero 9 Black. You can, however, purchase it for $399 if you also get a one-year GoPro subscription that costs $50.