The grand event witnessed the launch of GoPro Hero6 Black, a traditional camera which is available for purchase from stores immediately. The device has some impressive specifications and has a whole lot of modes to choose from, with the pricing pegged at a moderate $499.
In terms of design, the camera looks pretty much the same but the hardware specifications have undergone some impressive upgrade. The Hero6 can effortlessly capture 4K videos at 60 fps while 2.7k videos are captured at 120fps. When you dumb it down to just 1080p resolution, it’s going to go all the way up to 240fps.
While filming, users can quickly touch on the screen to zoom at a particular spot. All the power is rendered by the GP1 processor which improves image stabilization and can offload 3X faster than the previous edition. The waterproof capability, it’s durable build and compatibility with most mounts are all retained for the convenience of buyers.
A software update for GoPro Karma drone has also been rolled out. The drone will work better with GoPro Hero6 Black now after the update with some easy to use modes like watch, follow making it easy to capture a moving object without missing a beat. GoPro Hero6 is available on sale for $499 along with which the company launched the Fusion 360 camera.