Gopro today announced the Hero10 Black, the new brand logo camera, which arrives equipped with its new GP2 high performance processor. The GP2 offers an unprecedented image quality and a vertiginous video frame rate that allow Hero10 Black capture video 5.3K more realistic at 60 FPS, 4K at 120 FPS and 2.7K at about 240 fps.
The new GP2 processor of the Hero10 Black is combined with a 23.6 MP sensor of ultra high resolution to capture images with an amazingly realistic quality. The highest video resolution of the camera (5.3k) offers 91% more resolution than 4K and 665% more than 1080p HD to stunning 60 fps, allowing fluid reproduction and a slow motion to 2x Capture video in 4K at 120 FPS (SLOW MOTION to 4X) and 2.7K to 240 FPS (Slow Motion to 8x). The new GP2 processor also improves video algorithms with local tone assignment (LTM) and 3D noise reduction (3DNR), which captures more accurate details, more realistic textures and better contrast, even in low light. In addition to the photos of 23 MP, the Hero10 Black Extracts 19.6 MP frames from videos at 5K 4: 3 and 15.8 MP from videos at 5.3k at 60 FPS, which is ideal for Create snapshots of sporting events and activities at great speed. The amazing video stabilization integrated into the Gopro camera goes a step further with the Hypersmooth 4.0, which guarantees maximum softness even in the most moved experiences. The alignment function with the horizon of the camera is increased its tilt limit at 45 ° (so far 27 °) with high performance settings, which helps even the most chaotic video content has a fluent and stable professional aspect .Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 21:53