GoPro Hero 10 Black launch date set as first promotional video promises 'A New Era' for action cameras
Roland Quandt has already revealed plenty of information about the GoPro Hero 10 Black, including its price and specifications. He has even published numerous marketing assets, detailing what to expect from GoPro's next action camera. Now, GoPro has confirmed that it has set a launch date for the Hero 10 Black, which is exactly a year after the Hero 9 Black arrived.
As the teaser below states, GoPro will unveil 'A New Era' on September 16. This year's event commences at 06:00 PST (13:00 UTC) and will be available to watch on YouTube. Unsurprisingly, the company's teaser video reveals nothing about the camera, although its website explicitly refers to the video as a 'HERO10 Black Camera - Video Teaser'.
The video does hint at improved slow-motion capabilities though, and improved video stabilisation. Based on Quandt's leaks so far, the Hero 10 Black has a new GP2 processor that will allow it to shoot in up to 240 FPS at 2.7 K and 120 FPS at 4K. Leaked box art lists HyperSmooth 4.0 as a new feature too, which we imagine will deliver superior stabilisation over the HyperSmooth 3.0 that the Hero 9 Black offers.
The Hero 10 Black will feature a new camera sensor too, along with an interchangeable lens cover. Still, these improvements come at a cost; GoPro is expected to launch the Hero 10 Black for €539.99, significantly more than the Hero 9 Black.