SAN MATEO, CA — GoPro (GoPro.com) has announced its new flagship camera, the Hero10 Black, which features the company’s new, high-performance GP2 processor. GP2 enables the Hero10 Black to capture 5.3K video at 60fps, 4K video at 120fps and 2.7K video at 240fps. The new processor also enables HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization, helping to ensure the Hero10 Black captures smooth, shake-free video.
The new release boasts higher resolution 23 megapixel photos, improved low-light performance and a significantly improved user interface, all thanks to the increased performance of the camera’s GP2 processor. The camera is also cloud connected when plugged in to charge, automatically uploading recently-captured footage to a user’s GoPro cloud account. This feature, along with unlimited cloud backup of GoPro footage at original quality, is available for GoPro subscribers for $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year.
The camera is priced at $399.98 with an included one-year GoPro subscription, or $499.99 without a subscription. Existing GoPro subscribers can purchase a value-added Hero10 Black + Accessory Bundle for $399.99 on GoPro.com, representing a savings of $150. The bundle includes an extension grip with tripod, a magnetic clip mount, a spare battery and a 32GB SD card.