GoPro Hero 10 Black tipped to have better Image Quality and Upgraded Processor

It’s been a year since the launch of GoPro Hero 9 and now a leak has surfaced online claiming that the anticipated GoPro Hero 10 Black action camera will look similar to its predecessor with improved image quality and a new GP2 processor allowing it to shoot videos at 5.3K at 60fps.

According to a leak from WinFuture and Roland Quandt, the unannounced GoPro Hero 10 Black is an enhanced version of GoPro Hero 9 and features a new GP2 processor enabling faster performance and power. It includes support for shooting video at a resolution of up to 5.3K/ 60fps or 4K/ 120fps resolution. Also, you wouldn’t have to choose between 5K and glass-smooth frame rates like you do with the Hero 9. 

For sharper and higher resolution photos, Hero 10 is expected to shift from a 20-megapixel sensor to a 23-megapixel sensor and will also support recording 2.7K video at 240fps for capturing slow-mo videos.

GoPro Hero 10 Black

GoPro Hero 10 Black will be equipped with a high level of durability and includes waterproof construction at depths of up to 33 feet. With HyperSmooth 4.0 you will be able to get more enhancement in video stabilization. However, we have no info about whether the company will improve its “gimbal-like” anti-shake technology.

Streaming video quality will be limited to 1080p without any change in TimeWarp 3.0 technology for time-lapse video recording, but it will still provide RAW pictures, SuperPhoto, HDR, and webcam mode. Regarding external design, the Hero 10 will have the same as the Hero 9, but on the front case, it may switch to blue (as seen in the above pics).

However, all these details are from leaks. The company has not made any official announcement regarding the GoPro Hero 10 Black. And we don’t have any info regarding its price and availability but the Hero 10 action camera is expected to launch soon in the coming months.

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