GoPro announced the advanced HERO9 Black camera with image stabilization and 5K video capabilities, as well as the HERO9 Black Million Dollar Challenge.
HERO9 Black features a new image sensor capable of producing 5K video and 20MP videos, ensuring you of clear and clean images. It also features HyperSmooth 3.0 image stabilization with in-camera horizon adjustment.
HERO9 Black comes with water resistance of 33 feet and is compatible with Max Lens Mod, Light Mod, Display Mod, and Media Mod for HERO9 Black.
The camera also features a new 1.4-inch front color screen with live preview and status modes, as well as a 2.27-inch larger back-touch screen, 30 percent longer battery life than HERO8 Black, and the battery comes removable and charging.
Other features include TimeWarp 3.0 with Real Speed and Half Speed, Live Streaming at 1080p, Webcam Mode 1080p, HindSight, LiveBurst, Scheduled Capture, Duration capture modes, RAW images, SuperPhoto and HDR Night laps video, And digital lenses.
In addition to 5K video at 30 fps, HERO9 Black can capture 4K video at 60 fps, 2.7K video at 120 fps, 1140p at 120 fps, and 1080p at 240 fps. Second, and more.
GoPro has also taken an additional step to remove plastic from HERO9 Black packaging by wrapping the camera in a high-quality travel bag that fits extra accessories.
The HERO9 Black is available for sale starting today for $ 449.99, or $ 349.98 for existing GoPro subscribers. The HERO9 Bundle is available for $ 449.99 (or $ 399.98 with subscription) and includes a HERO9 Black camera, hand grip, magnetic rotating clamp, and spare battery.
HERO9 Black Million Dollar Challenge
The HERO9 Black Million Dollar Challenge is GoPro’s third million dollar challenge to customers. Customers who purchased HERO9 Black will be required to capture and submit videos for consideration between now and Friday 4 December 2020.
Participants whose videos are selected will receive an equal share of $ 1 million. Those interested in the challenge can learn more on the GoPro Million Dollar Challenge page.