GoPro recently announced its HERO10 Black, the most powerful camera the company has yet to produce. With a new processor and twice the frame rates, action vloggers, hobbyists, and FPV pilots have been snapping them up. While there are some worthy competitors out there, we’re going to look at why GoPro is the camera of choice for most in the First-Person-View drone crowd.
Good news for owners of GoPro HERO9 and HERO10 cameras: The company is releasing a new high-performance battery called Enduro. The new battery, GoPro says, “significantly increases cold temperature performance and extends video recording times in all conditions.” Plus, there’s a firmware upgrade en route for the HERO10.
Do you make videos? Do you like drones? If the answer is yes, here’s your chance to win a brand-new DJI FPV Drone Combo, a DJI Air 2S, a Peter McKinnon camera bag, or a GoPro Hero 9.
GoPro’s latest product is here, The Remote, an improved version of its action camera remote it released back in 2013. The new remote adds a new display and button layout and now supports the Hero 9, Hero 8 Black, and MAX.
Earlier this week, GoPro announced that its subscription service just surpassed 500,000 subscribers as a result of the GoPro Hero 9 release last month. GoPro was able to achieve this milestone number by giving customers a $100 incentive to subscribe.
The GoPro Hero 9 was released a few days ago, so here are some of the best comparison videos we have to help you make your purchase decision. Let’s take a look at the Hero 9 verses the Hero 8, MAX, DJI Osmo Action, and the Insta360 ONE R.