GoPro has announced its Hero8 Black and Hero Max cameras, along with some new mods. The Hero8 Black is features HyperSmooth 2.0 video stablitisation and has a new Boost mode for in-app horizon leveling. The GoPro Max is a dual lens GoPro camera. As for the new mods, the company has introduced the Media Mod, Display Mod and Light Mod.
HERO8 Black sends it big with next-level HyperSmooth 2.0 video stabilization—dramatically improved stabilization over HyperSmooth 1.0 (if you can believe that!). HyperSmooth 2.0 works in all resolutions and frame rates, features a new Boost mode and has in-app horizon leveling. Also new, TimeWarp 2.0 features automatic rate adjustment and tap-control speed ramping. HERO8 Black sports four digital lenses to easily select a field of view, improved audio with enhanced wind suppression, customizable mode presets and a lighter, frameless design featuring folding mounting fingers. Shazam!
The Streamlined Design and frameless mounting with built-in folding mounting fingers mean the camera is more pocketable and 14% lighter. The frameless design also makes changing batteries and SD cards even faster; plus, the lens is now 2x more impact resistant. For additional protection, Tempered Glass Lens & Screen Protectors are available.
The Media Mod, Display Mod and Light Mod are modular accessories that deck HERO8 Black out with professional-grade audio, a front-facing display and enhanced lighting. For those seeking the additional performance, Mods enable users to transform their HERO8 Black into a production powerhouse.
GoPro Max is a dual lens GoPro camera that maxes out on versatility—it’s like having three cameras in one. Use Max as a waterproof, maximum-stabilized single lens HERO camera, dual lens 360 camera or next-level vlogging camera with its built-in front facing display and shotgun-mic audio capabilities. No matter how you use it, Max delivers next-level, unbreakable video stabilization with Max HyperSmooth. Max also features four digital lenses, including the new ultra-wide Max SuperView—GoPro’s widest field of view ever. Additional updates include in-camera 360 video and photo stitching plus keyframe-based editing of 360 content in the GoPro app. GoPro Max is like no other camera in the world—perfect for innovative users looking to take their creativity to the … errr...Max!
GoPro Million Dollar Challenge
The GoPro Million Dollar Challenge is back, now featuring HERO8 Black and Max. Open exclusively to owners of HERO8 Black and Max, the Million Dollar Challenge will award an equal share of $1,000,000 to entrants whose video clips are included in the GoPro Million Dollar Challenge video that will be released in late January 2020. Entry begins October 1, 2019 and ends January 12, 2020.