GoPro Hero 10 Launched In India, Comes With GP2 processor, 5.3K 60fps Video Support & HyperSmooth 4.0

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GoPro revealed the Hero 9 Action Camera back in November 2020 that had an all-new sensor, support for 5K video recording, and plenty of other features. The GoPro Hero 9 Action Camera was a great product, and now the company is back with the GoPro Hero 10 Black camera that has an all-new processor, support for 5.3K video recording, HyperSmooth 4.0 technology, and a lot more. 

The GoPro Hero 10 is powered by the GP2 processor and has an LCD screen on the front. The Hero 10 is capable of recording 5.3K videos at 60 FPS, and 4K videos at 120 FPS thanks to the 19.6 megapixels frame upfront. The Hero 10 has a 23.6 MP sensor which helps in taking some excellent low light pictures. The camera also supports the HyperSmooth 4.0 technology that helps in video specializations in all the modes. 

GoPro Hero 10

Additionally, the camera includes several modes that help in improving the picture and video quality. Some of these modes include SuperPhoto+ HDR, TimeWarp 3.0 video, Live Streaming in 1080p resolution, Night Lapse Video, Voice Control, Webcam Mode, Touch Zoom, RAW in all photo modes, Portrait Orientation, 8x Slo-Mo, Photo Timer, and a 3.5mm mic jack. 

You also get access to several PowerTools including Scheduled Capturing, LiveBurst, HindSight, Duration Capture, and QuickApp that allows you to edit the shots taken. The GoPro Hero 10 Action Camera is powered by a 1,720 mAh battery which provides decent capturing time. Finally, you get a Spare battery, Magnetic Swivel Clip, 32 GB microSD card, Shorty, and a carrying case. 

GoPro Hero 10: Pricing and Availability

The GoPro Hero 10 carries a price tag of Rs. 54,500 in India, and it would be up for sale starting in November 2021. However, the GoPro Hero 10 is priced significantly lower in the US when compared to India as it carries a price tag of 399.98 US dollars or roughly Rs. 30,000. The GoPro Hero 10 also offers a one year GoPro subscription without any additional cost. 

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