GoPro Hero 10 just got an important firmware update

GoPro has announced today that the latest firmware for the HERO10 Black camera is now available, enabling new features and recording options, unlocking even more creative options. New features...

GoPro has announced today that the latest firmware for the HERO10 Black camera is now available, enabling new features and recording options, unlocking even more creative options.

New features include support for GoPro’s Max Lens Mod super-wide-angle lens accessory, support for GoPro’s legendary in-camera SuperView digital lens all the way up to 5.3K60 video and support for 24 frames per second video—a favourite of film and television producers. 

Starting today, HERO10 Black owners can update their cameras using the Quik app. Benefits include: 

  1. Max Lens Mod with 2.7K 4:3 settings: Max Lens Mod is an ultra-wide angle lens accessory for HERO10 and HERO9 Black cameras. It enables incredibly wide, distortion-free video, referred to as Max SuperView, as well as the ultimate in-video stabilization, aptly named Max HyperSmooth, with optional full 360˚ horizon lock. And with HERO10 Black, Max Lens Mod enables 2.7K60 video in both 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios for hands down the widest, most stable POV shots possible. 
  2. 5.3K SuperView Digital Lens: GoPro’s widest, most immersive in-camera digital lens is now available at 5.3K60 on HERO10 Black. At 5.3K60, SuperView captures your point-of-view at a stunningly high resolution and frame rate which results in a “you feel like you’re there” visual experience. SuperView is a favorite of those looking to capture their activity as they remember seeing it—only better. 
  3. 24 Frames Per Second Video: 24 frames per second video is a favorite of film and television producers, and HERO10 Black now supports 24 frames per second at 5.3K, 5K, 4K and 1080p video resolutions. 

To update HERO10 Black, owners need only connect their camera to GoPro’s Quik app. You can learn more about the new update for HERO10 Black on GoPro’s blog

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