The new GoPro Hero10 Black’s exterior has changed quite a bit compared to its predecessor. The design that was introduced with the Hero9 has been largely kept, but GoPro has given the new model a few touches of color with the company’s blue lettering design in the future. The two screens on the front and back are also preserved.
GoPro Hero 10 Black: it changes outwardly …
…doesn’t change much with the action cam
Above all, the inner workings are changing with the GoPro Hero 10 Black Actioncam. The focus is on the new GP2 processor, which has been chasing rumors for some time, and with a solid performance boost it also ensures that the frame rates supported in the Hero10 are significantly increased.
It is combined with a new image sensor that offers a slight increase in resolution compared to the previous model. Instead of a maximum image resolution of 20 megapixels, it will be possible to obtain 23 megapixels in the future. We don’t yet know how high the resolution of the sensor itself is, as GoPro achieves software-based image stabilization with a physically higher resolution sensor.
GoPro Hero 10 Black Packaging…
… reveals the first technical details
Thanks to HyperSmooth 4.0, the GoPro Hero 10 Black should once again be able to offer a “gimbal-like stabilization,” at least according to the manufacturer’s marketing materials. With the automatic upload function, GoPro wants to create another way to quickly and easily upload new videos to the Internet in addition to the previously popular 1080p live broadcast.
GP2 enables 5.3K videos at 60fps
As mentioned, the camera’s performance increases with the new GP2 processor. For the new GoPro Hero 10 Black, 5.3K videos are said to be possible at 60fps. 4K videos can be recorded at up to 120 frames per second. At 2.7K resolution, it can get 240 frames per second in order to create high definition slow-motion videos.
In addition, the GoPro Hero 10 Black offers a watertight housing up to 10 meters deep, the familiar touch screen and voice control. TimeWarp 3.0 is also available. RAW, SuperPhoto, and HDR photos are still supported, as is the webcam mode. We don’t have any info yet on Hero 10 Black pricing and availability.