If you personal an actioncam, you have most likely at the least thought of mounting it on a drone. Unfortunately, although, lots of the cameras are too heavy to go airborne … which is the place the GoPro Hero10 Black Bones is designed to return in.
Billed as being “the lightest GoPro ever,” the Bones reportedly suggestions the scales at simply 54 grams. By distinction, the common Hero10 Black weighs in at 153 g. Even GoPro’s discontinued Session actioncam, which was basically just a bit dice with a lens, weighed 74 g.
Not surprisingly, the Bones can also be a bit smaller than the inventory Hero10. More particularly, it is 3.8 mm narrower, 4.6 mm thinner, and three.8 mm shorter.
Like its bigger sibling, the Bones encompasses a 1/2.3-inch picture sensor, GoPro’s GP2 chip, and the HyperSmooth 4.0 digital picture stabilization system. Further stabilization will be added in post-production, utilizing GoPro’s ReelSteady software program.
The Bones has a most video decision of 5.3K/60fps, ranging down via varied 4K settings to 2.7K/240fps sluggish movement. It may snap 19.6-megapixel nonetheless images.
Users management the Bones both by way of two onboard pushbuttons, GoPro’s Quick app, a GoPro wi-fi distant, or the drone’s distant. Power is offered by the drone’s battery, so runtime will range accordingly. Importantly, the corporate states that some soldering is required for the preliminary setup.
The GoPro Hero10 Black Bones is on the market now, priced at US$399.98. Footage shot with it may be seen within the following video.
GoPro: Introducing HERO10 Black Bones