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GoPro Hero10 Black can record 5.3K video at 60fps and comes with new GP2 chipset

By Cookie Monster - on 18 Sep 2021, 10:16am

GoPro Hero10 Black can record 5.3K video at 60fps and comes with new GP2 chipset

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GoPro just announced its latest action camera, the Hero10 Black.

Powered by the new GP2 chipset, the GoPro Hero10 Black is able to capture 5.3K videos at 60fps. This is 91% more resolution that 4K, and 665% more resolution than 1080p HD. The Hero10 Black is also able to record 4K videos at 120fps, and 2.7K videos at 240fps.

The GP2 chipset also enables improved video algorithms for local tone mapping (LTM) and 3D noise reduction (3DNR) to capture finer details, more realistic textures and better contrast in challenging lighting conditions.

Combined with the 23.6MP sensor, the Hero10 Black can take 23MP photos, 19.6MP video stills from 5K 4:3 video at 30 fps and 15.8MP video stills from 5.3K videos at 60fps.

The Hero10 Black is also equipped with HyperSmooth 4.0 Stabilisation for a smoother, shake-free video recording experience.

Other new features include a front colour display with higher frame rates for smoother live preview of shots, a faster and more responsive rear touch display with Touch Zoom, faster content transfer, and three ways of content transfer (cloud upload, wireless offload, and wired transfer to a phone).

You can get the GoPro Hero10 Black for S$740 as a standalone purchase, S$600 (U.P. $808.98) with 1-year GoPro Subscription, S$820 with an accessories bundle, or S$680 with an accessories bundle and 1-year GoPro Subscription. The GoPro Subscription comes with unlimited cloud backup + auto uploads, unlimited use of the Quik app, and no-questions-asked camera replacement.

Source: GoPro 

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