$429.99 - $399.99
(as of Nov 20,2022 18:38:13 UTC – Details)
All-out speed and ultimate ease come together in the most powerful GoPro ever, HERO10 Black. Ready for twice the performance?The revolutionary new GP2 chip shoots 5.3K video with double the frame rate,1 23MP photos, enhanced low-light performance and bar-shattering HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization in all modes. To simplify things, HERO10 is cloud connected—so the moment you charge it, your footage is automatically uploaded to the cloud.2 With your GoPro subscription and the Quik app, you get an ecosystem optimized for your GoPro with powerful, easy-to-use editing tools and a place to keep your best shots in one spot. And when the going gets rough, HERO10 Black’s rugged and waterproof design offers go-anywhere versatility.
REVOLUTIONARY PROCESSOR: Faster. Smoother. Better. The powerful new GP2 engine changes the game—snappy performance, responsive touch controls and double the frame rate for amazingly smooth footage. Designed specifically for the demanding nature of the GoPro, the GP2 “system on a chip” is by far our fastest ever.
HIGH-RES PHOTOS + VIDEOS, HIGH FRAM RATE: Step up to the sharpest-shooting GoPro ever. Upgraded to incredible 23MP photos and 5.3K video resolution at 60fps, HERO10 offers double the frame rate for amazingly smooth motion. Plus, there’s 8x slo-mo at 2.7K and you can pause videos and grab 15.8MP still photos from 5.3K video that look amazing.
UNBELIEVABLE IMAGE QUALITY: Capture jaw-dropping 5.3K video with 91% more resolution than 4K and an incredible 665% more than 1080p. HERO10 Black captures finer detail, more realistic textures and better contrast than any HERO camera before it—even in low light. A new water-shedding hydrophobic lens cover that repels water and helps eliminate lens flare and other artifacts makes your photos and videos even more stunning.
HYPERSMOOTH 4.0: HyperSmooth has never been smoother, and it’s easy to dial in the best stabilization at all times. Plus, get even better low-light performance and horizon leveling with a higher tilt limit, so your footage looks perfectly straight when you want it.