Action Cameras

The GoPro Hero10 Black is a small field of 5K tips

Extreme sports are about pushing yourself. Can you pedal faster, skate harder, break more bones? For nearly 20 years, GoPro has been on a similar mission to keep getting better – and the Hero10 Black (£ 430) brings it all to 11. the Hero9, but the fast new GP2 chip inside takes its recording capabilities to the next level: you can now record videos up to 5.3K at 60fps or 4K at 120fps or 8x slow motion at 2.7K while still images at 23MP. The HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization was supposed to keep even the gnarly footage stable, with the tilt limit of the in-camera horizon leveling increased from 27 ° to 45 °, making it next to impossible to record bad video with this thing. Low-light performance has also been improved so that after dark you will see less noise in everything you film. Of course, you can’t be extreme every minute of the day, so the Hero10 also has a webcam mode so you can use it for your monthly board meeting on Zoom as well.