GoPro Show off Two Hero 6 Black and Fusion 360

GoPro Hero 6 Black
Although the business is being hit by a storm, GoPro still consistently launch the latest product variants. This month, the action camera vendor launched its latest generation of flagship cameras. There are two new cameras introduced: Hero 6 Black and Fusion 360. Both are immediately announced by GoPro CEO Nick Woodman at the Academy of Science Museum, San Francisco, United States.

More complete about the Hero 6 Black, the design does not carry a drastic change when compared with its predecessor series, the Hero 5.

It's just that the camera brings improved camera recording quality in 4K resolution and framerate 60 fps (frame per second). That way, the quality of slow motion in the video is guaranteed to appear more smooth and sharp.

Hero 6 Black can also take pictures of 2.7k on framerate 120fps and 1080p at 240 fps. This can make the video recording rotated and slowed up to ten times without any defects.

The camera also has a wireless connection that can send photos to a smartphone with a 5GHz WiFi connection. WiFi speed was increased threefold compared to Hero 5.

For the sensor, the camera still uses a sensor with 12MP resolution and can create images in the form of JPG, RAW, or Wide Dynamic Range mode.

For its hardware part, Hero 6 Black is armed with a special chipset made by Socionext named GP1. As a result, the camera is able to produce better and stable Stabilization Optical Image performance.

The other Hero 6 Black support features such as waterproof features up to 33 feet (10 meters) below the water surface, GPS, voice controls, LCF touchscreen 2 inches in the back, instant-offloading, and instant-editing.

For the price of Hero 6 Black released to the market at a price of US $ 499.

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