GoPro’s HERO10 Black Bones Looks to Vastly Improve Your Drone’s Video Quality

Apr 15, 2022

Category: Tech

With the recent release of GoPro’s influencer-tailored Creator Edition, it is clear just how much the brand’s latest HERO10 action cam is capable of. Shifting gears from social media timelines to high-flying gadgets, the San Mateo manufacturer has unveiled an iteration of the high-tech camcorder intended specifically for drones.

The HERO 10 Black Bones is built to bolster the average FPV drone’s video quality. The newest rendition doesn’t sacrifice quality in the slightest, as it comes equipped with all the standard HERO10’s lofty recording qualities, including crystal-clear 5.3K video resolution at 60FPS, albeit delivered in a much smaller package. Measuring just under 2 inches tall and a sliver over 2.5 inches wide with a feathery weight below 2 ounces, this small-scale camera is far more than meets the eye.

While the crisp recording quality and lightweight makeup stand out in their own right, another element that steals the show is its ability to keep steady. Boasting the gadgeteer’s proprietary desktop-operated Player + ReelSteady tech and HyperSmooth stabilization that’s so good it won an Emmy, the Black Bones is guaranteed to capture nothing short of primetime footage. GoPro also claims that it provides best-in-class image quality, going to show that this will serve just fine as your eye in the sky.

If you’re looking to make the most of your drone, you might as well go pro — get it? GoPro’s HERO10 Black Bones is available now, starting from $399 with a 1-year GoPro Subscription.

Purchase: $399+

Photo: GoPro

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