GoPro’s Hero10 Black Creator Edition Is Tailored Toward Live Streamers

Apr 1, 2022

Category: Tech

While the Oscars (and the slap heard around the world) were all anyone was talking about this past week, GoPro is offering creatives the opportunity to make noteworthy movies of their own. With the reveal of its new HERO10 Black Creator Edition, the Silicon Valley manufacturer provides film-grade quality for the likes of streamers and vloggers.

GoPro’s Hero10 action camera has been touted as one of the market’s best since its release — if not the best. However, this new iteration ups the ante with its powerful Light Mod and Volta Battery Grip, the latter of which is a brand-new product that provides additional power that can last up to a full day of shooting. The Volta Grip also comes equipped with a built-in kickstand tripod, granting the opportunity to make smooth transitions with the utmost ease.

As far as quality is concerned, the Hero10 Black Creator Edition can capture footage at a crystal clear quality at up to 5.3K at 60FPS or 4K at 120FPS, ensuring that you can watch your videos on the most modern of televisions with no qualms in the slightest. Another impressive element of this new release from GoPro is the fact that it offers Emmy-winning HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization, going to show that labeling this setup “Hollywood in your hand” is more than a fair assessment.

Content creators will be delighted to know that a major manufacturer like GoPro has got them covered. Whether you’re a YouTuber or a Twitch streamer, the San Mateo techie’s Hero10 Creator Edition is available now for you to up your content-creation game, with pricing from $532 with a 1-year GoPro subscription.

Purchase: $532+

Photo: GoPro

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