GoPro Hero 10 Black specs, features, and renders revealed in new leak ahead of September 15 release
A few days ago, a leak revealed European pricing for the GoPro Hero 10 Black. The source for that leak is back again, and this time has now comprehensively detailed the highly-anticipated action camera ahead of launch.
As reported by Roland Quandt, the GoPro Hero 10 Black will mostly keep the design of its predecessor. The real changes are on the inside and will ensure that the Hero 10 Black is a proper upgrade. The action cam will be equipped with GoPro's new GP2 chip, which is said to double overall performance and, with the aid of newer hardware, deliver much-improved performance in poor lighting scenarios. Image stabilization is also tipped to be better, thanks to GoPro's HyperSmooth 4.0 technology.
The GoPro Hero 10 Black will be capable of shooting 23 MP images, and 5.3K videos at 60 FPS. 2.7k slow-motion videos at 240 FPS are also possible. Courtesy of the aforementioned HyperSmooth 4.0, the Hero 10 Black delivers better horizon alignment with a higher slope limit. The new camera will allow the capture of 15.8 MP stills from 5.3K videos.
Other features include:
- A hydrophobic lens coating for protection and minimized reflections
- A 2.27-inch touch display with improved sensitivity and a higher refresh rate
- A 132-degree field of view that extends to 155 degrees with the Max Lens Mod
- A 1720 mAh battery
- Complete compatibility with GoPro Hero 9 accessories thanks to an unchanged chassis
- Lower weight at 153 g
The GoPro Hero 10 Black will be released on September 15 and will debut with a €539.99 MSRP.