American action camera company GoPro has officially launched the 'Hero10 Black,' a new installment of the brand's popular video camera. The compact unit is equipped with a powerful new processor that allows the camera to capture footage at 5.3K at 60 frames per second.
Another standout upgrade of the 'Hero10 Black' is that it offers users a variety of smartphone-like features, including the ability to upload videos to the cloud while plugged in to charge. This feature does, unfortunately, require users to sign-up for a GoPro subscription.
Other improvements include better stabilization and a new "horizontal leveling" feature, which automatically keeps the horizon as a straight line while shooting, even at 45 degrees. The still photo function has also been upgraded, bumping up the resolution of images from 20MP to 23MP.
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