HERO 6 4K Ultra HD Camera with image Stabilization

No matter where you’re planning to go for your next weekend, whether it’s to go on an adventurous river rafting, maybe go paragliding off a cliff, or just chasing your child to capture that one precious slice of life, the latest Go Pro might just be your perfect buddy for all these situations.

GoPro has just announced a reboot of its flagship Hero camera at a press event, The new GoPro bears a price tag of $500 and will be available worldwide. This new camera has a special trick up its sleeve which is an advanced image stabilization system that eliminates camera shake and vibrations.

 

This GoPro successor can shoot 4K footage at 60 frames per second along with an integrated slow-motion mode that can shoot up to 2.7K at 120 fps and 240fps at 1080p. With a better dynamic range and improved image processing, the GoPro performs very well in huge contrast situations and even in Low light situations. Plus we finally have touch-to-zoom on GoPro’s display.

The new GoPro also packs in a much-improved WiFi radio with three times the transfer speed compared to previous versions allowing you to quickly access your shots on your phone. The way GoPro is tackling imitators is by making a custom chip that’s powering the new cameras. The design of this new beast follows a similar design language from the Hero 5 black which makes it compatible with all of the accessories like the Karma Drone and the Karma Grip. The costing of the Hero 6 is really exciting for new customers and maybe a bit disappointing to the Hero 5

The design of this new beast follows a similar design language from the Hero 5 black which makes it compatible with all of the accessories like the Karma Drone and the Karma Grip. The costing of the Hero 6 is really exciting for new customers and maybe a bit disappointing to the Hero 5 owners since it costs just a $100 more.

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