To make GoPro experience widely accessible to consumers, the American action camera maker has reduced the price of its popular HERO6 by Rs. 8,000, which now costs Rs. 37,000.
HERO6 joins HERO5 Black and Session in a new pricing structure – HERO5 at Rs. 27,000 and HERO5 Session at Rs. 18,000, respectively. All the cameras can record 4K video with mobile connectivity and QuikStories creativity.
‘With 4K video capture at 60 frames per second and 1080p at 240 frames per second from a rugged, waterproof, go-anywhere design, HERO6 Black and the GoPro App can transform your adventures into cinematic QuikStory videos you can share with the world,’ the company said.
HERO6 is powered by GoPro’s custom-designed GP1 processor and offers most advanced stabilisation of any HERO camera developed till date along with three times faster offload speeds via 5GHz Wi-Fi. The camera offers RAW and HDR modes, improved dynamic range and low-light performance, voice control in 10 languages, GPS, accelerometer and gyroscope and is compatible with Karma and existing GoPro mounts.
To further maximise GoPro’s capabilities, the GP1 processor enables twice the video frame rates and offers improved image quality, dynamic range, low-light performance and dramatically improved video stabilization over previous HERO camera generations.
More importantly, GP1 automates all of these benefits, allowing users to capture videos and photos without having to dig into the complexity of image settings. GP1 also advances GoPro’s capabilities in computer vision and machine learning, enabling HERO6 to analyse visual scenes and sensor data for improved automated QuikStories.