GoPro Hero9 with 5K resolution video recording feature launched at ₹49,500
There’s a 1.4-inch front colour display with live preview and status modes while at the back there is a 2.27-inch touch screen at the back.
GoPro has launched the 9th-generation of its Hero action camera, the GoPro Hero9 Black. Priced at ₹49,500 in India, the camera will be coming in October. There are some mods as well. The Media Mod for Hero9 Black costs ₹8,400 while the Display Mod costs ₹6,900 and Light Mod is priced at 4,700.
This time, the highlight of the Hero9 Black is its new 23.6-megapixel sensor that has the capability of shooting 5K resolution videos at 30fps and 20-megapixel photos. This comes in addition to more battery, modular lens, new front display and more.
Besides shooting 5K videos at 30fps, the GoPro Hero9 Black can shoot 4K, 2.7K, 1440p, 1080p and more videos at 60fps, 120fps and 240fps. There’s a 1.4-inch front colour display with live preview and status modes while at the back there is a 2.27-inch touch screen at the back. With 30% more battery than the Hero8, the new version comes with improved cold weather performance. Furthermore, you get HyperSmooth 3.0 tech with in-camera horizon levelling.
Some other features mentioned for the Hero9 Black are TimeWarp 3.0 featuring Real Speed and Half Speed, 1080p live streaming, SuperPhoto + HDR Night lapse video, RAW photos, Built-in folding mounting fingers and compatibility with Max Lens Mod, Light Mod, Display Mod and Media Mod.
You get larger speakers as well alongside 3 microphones with advanced wind-noise reduction.
“HERO9 Black reflects our commitment to delivering what our customers have been asking for, including more value for their money,” said Nicholas Woodman, GoPro’s founder and CEO. “HERO9 Black is a beast of a product. And, reducing as much plastic as possible from our business is a priority for us. We’re excited to package HERO9 Black in a high-value travel case instead of traditional wasteful packaging, and we’re committed to doing the same with the rest of our cameras by the end of 2021.”