GoPro Hero10 Black brings 5.3K video at 60fps, new GP2 chipset and improved video stabilization

17 September 2021
Retails for $500/€580.

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  • Anonymous

Olym1mk2, 17 Sep 2021Ask all of Asia. You think all of Asia is watching 4k on tiny screen? Even 1080p is more than enough on small device

Hey folks. Are they any better alternatives to the Go Pros that have a larger battery, waterproof, and support 1080p 120fps video recording? I believe the current go pro Hero 10 costs $200, and the 300 extra is for their brand image.

GregLu, 18 Sep 2021Have I said that I use 5K on a phone ? Nope. I just said th... moreYou are commenting on my comment. Next time, read what you actually comment on, before sharing it.

Olym1mk2, 18 Sep 2021And how will you enjoy 5k resolution on your phone? Just wo... moreHave I said that I use 5K on a phone ? Nope. I just said that 4K is more future proof that some people think, and the use of 2K on Phone/Computer is a good example.

GregLu, 18 Sep 2021Both, since I have a Note10+ which has a 1440 x 3040 resolu... moreAnd how will you enjoy 5k resolution on your phone? Just wondering.

Olym1mk2, 17 Sep 2021On your phone, or your computer? Both, since I have a Note10+ which has a 1440 x 3040 resolution ;)

It's not even 4K but in 1440p, the difference is there :)

  • David

Ambarella has had 8k chipsets for years. Fail. Why produce a custom chipset unless you going do it well, and intra. It's behind.

Give me 8k+ for 180 degree+. 16k is coming. Then you can do edited windowed views.

GregLu, 17 Sep 2021I use a 2K display and sometimes 1440p on YouTube is nice, ... moreOn your phone, or your computer?

W T F, 17 Sep 2021$500/€580 ??? $500 = €426They stuck the price change a few year back when the EUR was low, adding the import tax and such but that's a rip off, that's for sure.

Olym1mk2, 17 Sep 2021I still don't understand why the high resolution video... moreI use a 2K display and sometimes 1440p on YouTube is nice, otherwise on television it's rare, 4K is more future proof than some think :P

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 17 Sep 2021Dang, I can’t keep up with how fast GoPro is releasing new ... moreDang, they are only releasing them yearly. Maybe it’s because I knew the first versions from childhood because they were all cool and YouTube was full of videos from them. dang

  • Anonymous

Dang, I can’t keep up with how fast GoPro is releasing new versions.

Replicant , 17 Sep 2021But why would you watch 4k content on small device in the f... moreAsk all of Asia.

Fearghast, 17 Sep 2021You can hardly use this excuse when 4K displays cost around... moreA rather nonsensical response inferring that it was my excuse when I explicitly worded "others"... any GPU can decode 4K footage with not issue whatsoever is not true as there are minimum hardware requirements for software to process the video

  • Replicant

Olym1mk2, 17 Sep 2021Get a name! And you always travel with your 4k TV? As I ... moreBut why would you watch 4k content on small device in the first place?

derrr, 17 Sep 2021well good for you as many others don't have or cannot ... moreYou can hardly use this excuse when 4K displays cost around €200 and any GPU can decode 4K footage with not issue whatsoever.
More like "can't afford" sounds like "I don't care, I just like to complain about something I do not understand.".

  • W T F

$500/€580 ???

$500 = €426

Anonymous, 17 Sep 2021Sports documentaries like ski/snowboard films/short videos ... moreStill videos.! Not movies, as the other one said. Read the comments you comment on.!

TheLastOracle, 17 Sep 20214k shot on the tiny smartphone camera sensor looks like 720... moreYou get the exact same results by shooting 1080p already. The framerate and bits are more important. Upscale or descale ruins the quality. You actually get better quality by shooting the actual resolution. Upscaling 720p to 1080p costs quality and details. Downscaling 4k to 1080p costs quality and details. Shooting at 1080p and showing in 1080p, gives you the absolutely best quality all around.

  • Anonymous

Olym1mk2, 17 Sep 2021We are talking about videos, not movies. And only 4k for yo... moreSports documentaries like ski/snowboard films/short videos use a lot of 4k footage from gopros where necessary (and yes, they do screen them in cinemas, don't ask me why but it happens and that extra resolution helps)

why you so triggered for gopros being able to record at a higher resolution? The 4k can be used to create slo-mo shots for 1080p without losing detail

Movie? Bruh can name you a whole TV series which uses plenty of 4k gopro footage, Formula 1: drive to survive