The new HERO6 Black features a custom-engineered GP1 processor, 4K60 and 1080p240 video shooting and improved video stabilization—the most advanced in any GoPro camera, says the company—all designed to deliver higher-quality images. Additional enhancements include improved dynamic range and low-light performance, in addition to RAW and HDR photo modes.
The HERO6 Black has a rugged form factor and is waterproof to 33 feet, and when used with the GoPro app, users can share QuikStories short videos from smartphones—three times faster than previous GoPro cameras.
Here’s a look at additional features:
• All-new Touch Zoom
• Three times faster offload speeds via 5 GHz WiFi
• Compatible with the Karma drone and existing GoPro mounts
• Voice control in 10 languages
• GPS, accelerometer and gyroscope incorporated
• WiFi + Bluetooth-compatible
• Getting an update is the compact and portable Karma drone. Compatible with the just announced HERO6 Black, the Karma has two new Auto modes: Follow mode follows the Karma Controller, framing the user in the shot, and Watch mode automatically keeps the Controller in frame while hovering in place while rotating.
• Max speed is 35 mph, with a maximum distance of up to 9,840 feet and a maximum flight altitude of 10,500 feet. The Karma has a 5-inch screen with 720p screen resolution and 900 nits of screen brightness
Current Karma drone owners can get the new features via a firmware update, available now.