GoPro Hero10 Black action Camera: 23 MP matrix, new GP2 chip and video with a resolution of 5.3 K at 60 frames per second

GoPro has released the HERO10 Black action camera, which allows you to shoot video with a resolution of up to 5.3 K. In addition, it can record video at twice the frequency compared to the previous HERO9 Black model, namely 120 frames per second at 4K resolution and 240 frames per second at 2.7 K resolution. This recording was made possible thanks to the new GP2 chip, which replaced GP1, used since the HERO6.
The material is based on the article by Omar Sohail and data from GoPro, Inc.
The maximum resolution of the action camera has been increased from 20 MP to 23 MP, while still frames extracted from the video can be with a resolution of 19.6 MP when shooting in 5K 4:3 mode or 15.8 MP – in 5.3 K mode at 60 frames per second.
The company uses a non-standard set of chips, which allows it to achieve more in its segment. The camera now has smoother transitions during navigation on the touch screen (which was a problem with previous models) and this step was really necessary.
Now it has become easier to upload the footage to a mobile phone, since the new chip allows you to speed up wireless data transmission by 30%. Videos and photos can also be sent to the cloud, although this will require a GoPro subscription for $5 per month or $50 per year.
The GoPro HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization feature allows you to shoot videos with less jitter.
The camera is waterproof at a depth of up to 10 meters, but you can additionally purchase a compatible case and provide the device with greater protection under water.
The company says that most of the add-ons purchased for HERO9 Black will be compatible with the latest model.
An explanatory video about the HERO10 Black action camera and a press release with a list of characteristics:

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