GoPro Release Hero6 and Fusion, 360-Degree Spherical Camera

Sep 28, 2017 at 15:07
by Pinkbike Staff  
GoPro Hero6

GoPro today announced their latest offering in the GoPro lineup, the Hero6. The new camera looks exactly the same as the previous Hero5, with the almost rubber-like texture and waterproofing built into the camera, but on the inside, they claim a number of updates that improve what is still the most popular POV camera on the market. A new processor, the GP1 processor, is said to add a "new level of performance" to the tiny cameras, with the Hero6 able to shoot 4K60 and 1080p240 video, while also claiming to include the most advanced video stabilization we've seen yet.

• Powered by GoPro's Custom-Designed GP1 Processor
• 4K60 and 1080p240 Video
• QuikStories Enabled, GoPro App Compatible
• Most Advanced Stabilization of any Hero camera
• All-New Touch Zoom
• 3x Faster Offload Speeds via 5GHz Wi-Fi
• Waterproof to 33 Feet (10m)
• Compatible with Karma and Existing GoPro Mounts
• Improved Dynamic Range and Low-Light Performance
• RAW and HDR Photo Modes
• Voice Control in 10 Languages
• GPS, Accelerometer and Gyroscope
• WiFi + Bluetooth




The brand also unleashed their Fusion camera, which is their entry into the 360-degree spherical camera market. The Fusion is said to shoot 5.2K with stabilization like that only previously achieved with a gimbal. The Fusion camera will retail for $699 USD.


GoPro Fusion Camera

• 5.2K30 and 3K60 Spherical Video
• 18MP Spherical Photo
• GoPro App Compatible
• OverCapture Allows for Traditional Video Creation from 360 Footage
• Advanced Stabilization
• 360 Audio
• Waterproof to 16ft (5m)
• Time Lapse Video + Photo, Night Lapse and Burst Modes
• Works with Most GoPro Mounts
• Includes Fusion Grip Mount
• Voice Control in 10 Languages
• GPS, Accelerometer, Gyroscope and Compass
• Wi-Fi + Bluetooth


Full press release below:


With Hero6, GoPro Sets New Bar For Image Quality, Stabilization, and Simplicity

9/28/2017

Features Custom GP1 Processor, Next-Level Video Stabilization, and 3X Faster QuikStories
Fusion Spherical Camera Launched - A New Era of Creativity Begins

SAN MATEO, Calif., Sept. 28, 2017

GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) today unveiled Hero6 Black, the most powerful and convenient GoPro, yet. Powered by GoPro's custom-designed GP1 processor, Hero6 achieves an entirely new level of performance including stunning 4K60 and 1080p240 video and the most advanced video stabilization ever achieved in a GoPro. GoPro also launched Fusion, its bar-setting waterproof, mountable 5.2K spherical camera. Additionally, GoPro introduced new mounts and accessories plus a new Follow mode for its Karma drone.

GoPro's founder and CEO, Nicholas Woodman, introduced the Hero6 Black and Fusion cameras to an international audience at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California. Watch a replay of the live event here. "Hero6's next-level image quality, video stabilization and three times faster QuikStories performance makes it a powerful storytelling extension of your smartphone," said Woodman. "It's never been easier to live it, then share it...using a GoPro."

Hero6 Black – $499.99
With stunning 4K60 and 1080p240 video packed into a rugged, waterproof, go-anywhere design, Hero6 Black and the GoPro App automatically transform your adventures into cinematic QuikStory videos you can share with the
1 world. Hero6 also has dramatically improved dynamic range and low-light performance to really make things pop, and an added digital zoom just to get crazy.

• Powered by GoPro's Custom-Designed GP1 Processor
• 4K60 and 1080p240 Video
• QuikStories Enabled, GoPro App Compatible
• Most Advanced Stabilization of any Hero camera
• All-New Touch Zoom
• 3x Faster Offload Speeds via 5GHz Wi-Fi
• Waterproof to 33 Feet (10m)
• Compatible with Karma and Existing GoPro Mounts
• Improved Dynamic Range and Low-Light Performance
• RAW and HDR Photo Modes
• Voice Control in 10 Languages
• GPS, Accelerometer and Gyroscope
• WiFi + Bluetooth

Developed from the ground up to maximize a GoPro's capabilities, GP1 enables twice the video frame rates, improved image quality, dynamic range, low-light performance and dramatically improved video stabilization over previous HERO camera generations. Importantly, GP1 automates all of these benefits, allowing users to capture vibrant videos and stunning photos without messing around with complex image settings. GP1 also advances GoPro's capabilities in computer vision and machine learning, enabling Hero6 to analyze visual scenes and sensor data for improved automated QuikStories.

Hero6 Black is now available on GoPro.com and at select retailers worldwide.


QuikStories

QuikStories is an app feature that makes it easy to share short videos of your adventures. Hero6 is optimized for QuikStories with 3X faster Wi-Fi. This means your footage will rapidly transfer from your GoPro to your phone where the GoPro App will automatically create QuikStory videos for you.


Fusion – $699.99

With its ability to capture immersive 5.2K spherical content, GoPro Fusion marks the beginning of a new creative era. Fusion captures everything around you so you'll never miss the shot, and gimbal-like stabilization makes it all shockingly smooth. Use the GoPro App to play back and share your footage as VR content or use the app's OverCapture™ feature to recapture and share your spherical shot as a traditional fixed perspective video.

• 5.2K30 and 3K60 Spherical Video
• 18MP Spherical Photo
• GoPro App Compatible
• OverCapture Allows for Traditional Video Creation from 360 Footage
• Advanced Stabilization
• 360 Audio
• Waterproof to 16ft (5m)
• Time Lapse Video + Photo, Night Lapse and Burst Modes
• Works with Most GoPro Mounts
• Includes Fusion Grip Mount
• Voice Control in 10 Languages
• GPS, Accelerometer, Gyroscope and Compass
• Wi-Fi + Bluetooth

GoPro Fusion is currently available for pre-order on GoPro.com for USA, Canada, United Kingdom and the European Union, shipping in November. Create stunning edits using the bundled Fusion Studio desktop software available when product ships. The OverCapture mobile experience will be part of a new version of the GoPro App available for iOS and Android in early 2018.


Karma – Take the Lead. Karma will tag along

Karma is ready for Hero6 Black and features two new auto-shot paths: Follow and Watch. Using GPS, Karma can now automatically follow the Karma Controller while you're on the go, keeping you framed in the shot. The Watch auto-shot path will keep Karma hovering in place while it rotates, keeping the Karma Controller in frame wherever it goes. Other new Karma updates include an expanded Cable-Cam auto-shot path and "Look Up" camera tilt capability.

• Now Hero6 Black compatible
• Follow - Follows the Karma Controller, framing you in the shot
• Watch – Automatically keeps the Karma Controller in frame while hovering in place
• Cable Cam – Set up to 10 waypoints for more complex shots
• Look Up Tilt – Allows camera to tilt upwards to look above the horizon

Current Karma owners may unlock new features via firmware update, available today.


Additional New Products

• Shorty – The ultimate pocket-able extension pole and tripod, perfect for any activity.
• The Handler – An updated floating handgrip with a quick-release mounting feature.
• Bite Mount + Floaty – A versatile bite mount with an easy-to-spot float, ideal for POV.



148 Comments

  • + 259
 Sweet! now I can see how slow I'm going in 4k 60fps
  • + 23
 Going so slow that you are reversing up the hill when you play it in slow mo?.
  • + 5
 Eh, that's just a CSU thing
  • + 1
 HAHAHHAHAH ! Big Grin
  • + 1
 @christianlund: nice!
but I can't upvote you to 70.
  • + 10
 This statement = the reasons GoPro’s stock has tanked by 80% in recent years.
  • + 1
 @jamesdunford: holy shit, has it really?
  • + 26
 Meh, I'm holding out for the 16k 120fps version: less time on the bike, more time watching file transfer
  • + 2
 @therealtylerdurden: Yep. Peaked at $86 in 2014, today (on the back of this announcement), it's at $11. 87%.
  • + 5
 @jamesdunford: holy f*ck. How are they still in business?!
  • + 7
 Go Pro is really creative in converting currencies. 499 US Dollars for the Go Pro 6 Black in the US. 579 Euro according to their website in Europe. When the actual conversion rate would be 422 Euros. (Just conversting US Dollars to Euros by the current exchange rate)

THANK YOU GOPRO!
  • + 6
 @jamesdunford: I think part of it is the uselessness of releasing new models every year
It's not an iPhone, they should really space out releases at least 2 years
  • + 5
 @HansvonStoffeln: Yes, but currency conversion is only one part of the equation. Taxes and import/excise fees figure into it as well.
  • + 1
 @HansvonStoffeln: maybe they already considered taxes
  • + 1
 @christianlund: just kidding though Smile
  • + 4
 @HansvonStoffeln: US prices are without sales tax... 19% sales tax in germany explains a part of the difference... in the US we get the surprise at check out....
  • + 2
 @therealtylerdurden: Still in business despite stock tanking because the stock price was largely based on projected growth. And while gopro has been in the red, much of the devaluation was due to it being overvalued in the first place. There are only so many people that want a POV cam, no matter how good.

My expectation is for the stock price to stabilize and for gopro to get back to profitiability. There's a market for POV cams even if growth is no longer driving speculative investment.
  • + 0
 dd
  • + 116
 Who the f*ck uses 360 photo/video anyway? I find it extremely annoying to watch and disorientating which just takes away from whatever is actually the subject of the video.
  • + 47
 Exactly. A perfect example of “just because you can doesn’t mean you should”.
  • + 12
 serious i hate watching this crap spherical video stuff.
  • + 15
 Its actually pretty neat with a VR headset. Neat being the key word, its not especially mind blowing but makes for a cool little party trick. Totally agree with the sentiment of showing them in a browser, its useless and borderline nauseating.
  • + 10
 Usually, I would agree except for VR headsets....and this 360 camera could be quite sweet as it over captures the field of view so you can pull a regular fixed view shot from the 360 feed. Great if you want to mix forward, back, side on shots into a regular edit. Check out Garmin they released a software update to do the same thing with their 360 camera a few days ago. www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcHHK9HP4Jk
  • + 3
 I like looking down and/or backwards on Rampage runs with it, even on a browser. It gives more scale to what they're doing.
  • + 10
 You don't have to use it as spherical video. You can use it to record stabilized video without a gimbal and be able to switch camera angels and edit it into classical 2d video. Did you even watch the short intro video about the product before you trashed it?
  • + 2
 @beerandbikes: lol the 360 haters have neg propped our comments. lol
  • + 1
 @therealtylerdurden: Yeah, without even understanding what the product does...
  • - 8
flag piersgritten (Sep 29, 2017 at 1:48) (Below Threshold)
 @therealtylerdurden @beerandbikes don't you have an e-bike your supposed to be riding?
  • - 4
flag tricklin (Sep 29, 2017 at 3:37) (Below Threshold)
 who the f*ck needs a go pro anyway?? i‘m just laughing abaut every avarage-joe rider with a go pro on his helmet. who cares about your footage??
  • + 4
 Lots of people do. 360 photos are excellent for people who create virtual walkthroughs for real estate sales. I use 360 video from a roof mounted camera to record lease road conditions in the oil and gas industry. And some of us have VR gear that allows for an easy way to watch 360 videos or stills to virtually revisit places we've been. Honestly, I was skeptical about VR. But with the low cost of the PSVR I dove in to try it and have not been disappointed.
  • + 18
 @tricklin: Well, I do for a couple of reasons:

A: I get to look at footage I took of my wife, and footage she took of me to figure out what we need to focus on for technical skills.

B: We like to relive memories of bike trips and rides we've gone on.

Just because nobody wants to see our footage on Pinkbike or YouTube doesn't mean it has no value to us. No need to be judgmental because you don't think the average rider is good enough to need a GoPro.
  • + 25
 @cueTIP: You're talking about biking right? Statement A needs clarification
  • + 3
 @scjeremy: Did we learn nothing from Jurassic Park??
  • + 0
 Virtual Reality - the latest crap they are trying to get us to waste our time & money on so they can sell us more crap. DON'T BELIEVE THE SHYTE.
  • + 6
 not gonna lie. i read A and went to a bad place
  • + 4
 @brunse: Sometimes, but not exclusively. Wink
  • + 4
 You do know that the footage can be edited to have a normal depth of field and be stabilized like a gimbal without having to use an actual gimbal? Not to mention the fact that you can manipulate and rotate the image without having the actual gopro being rotated so you literally have a 360 degree video that you can easily manipulate in post production, for the same video you can have the video face the rider all the time but you can still edit it to look from side to side once in a while. Its all optional, the fact that you guys are really angry about this just shows how ignorant most of you guys are and are quick to hate something that you guys don't even understand.
  • + 58
 The best footage I've ever taken with Session was when I put it in my mouth and filmed a rider in front of me. Much more stable than a chest or helmet mount. Problem was I dripped spit all over myself and was breathing hoarsely. Not to mention the risk of actually swallowing the farker.
  • + 4
 makes my laugh so bad ! Big Grin
  • + 6
 For surfing this is the way to go
  • + 3
 Good times until you break some teeth or your jaw.. lol
  • + 1
 hahahaha nice
  • + 1
 Time for a mouth-mount!
  • + 4
 I see a market for a GoPro mouth condom now....
  • + 1
 Gotta be honest, I agree. I rode a handful of trails with my Hero4 in my mouth; I bit down on the J-Buckle Hook/Mount and it came out incredibly stable. Only problem was the heavy breathing and the chance to loose all my teeth in a crash lol but the footage was perfect..
  • + 1
 @theeastcoastcrew: yeah, the head is basically a natural gimbal.
  • + 24
 Meanwhile, I'm still rocking my GoPro2 and swearing at it every time the lens mists up when it gets wet.
  • + 8
 Use the silica gel beads to absorb the moisture.
  • + 15
 @drummuy04: where can I get it in bulk to dump on the entire PNW?
  • + 3
 That was exzactly what I thought when I read this
  • + 0
 I'm using a 3 and a 4 ....haha
  • + 18
 not buying unless they fix the audio issues... its all fine and dandy that I can record in 4k 60fps but nobody is watching it in that format yet... so kinda useless still.
  • + 11
 I just watched that promo on a 4k screen @ 60hz with a fiber connection. It was pretty amazeballs, to be completely honest.
  • + 31
 I shoot and export all my videos in 4k, my macBook screen can watch UHD files, it outputs 4k to my 4k monitor and tv. I'm all about future proofing clips, so being able to film 4k at 60fps is more than welcomed by many.

Also, shooting in 4k allows you to crop in if wanted, while still retaining a 1080p or higher resolution.

#didntsay4kenough
  • + 18
 @klainmeister: I misread promo in your sentence.
  • + 3
 @Aprilfisheye: Oh no, you don't want that much resolution for 'that'
  • + 0
 they haven't fixed it
  • + 3
 100% agree. Sold all my gopro gear last year due to horrid audio from my h5s. Now I'm using Sony x3000s and the difference is laughable. Gopro has a long way to go. Now if only I could fine a chest mount gimbal for my sony...
  • + 1
 @sixstringsteve: are there not videos on youtube that show you how to mod the gimbal mount?
  • + 17
 i feel disappointed to not see any mountain biking in that video. Still frickin rad though!
  • + 8
 Having 4k capability doesnt mean people need to watch thw finished product in 4k. The ability to edit in 4k allows for higher quality 1080 exporting
  • + 3
 And cropping. With such a wide lens, I've found being able to crop the image tighter in for a 1080 export to be very handy in the past.
  • + 1
 So much this.
  • + 9
 This will make all my rides look disappointing in ultra-high resolution!
  • + 4
 That was an incredible video. Too bad mine is all like "sorry I only recorded the first 1second of your race run, that was the important part right?" and "Oops, I didn't do actually work, but I tried so that counts." and don't forget "That was a totally repeatable event that I just stopped working for, so no worries"
  • + 2
 SD card issue? I had that problem with my Session 4. Swapped to a different SD card I had lying around and it's been trouble free ever since.
  • + 1
 @BorisBC35: I'll give that a shot. It tends to have issues recording only sometimes, though.
  • + 3
 yeah the quality of the video looks great. Can some video editor people out there let us know how much post processing you think they did to get the colors to look that good? Or do you always have to record 20 min after sunrise and 20 min before sunset?
  • + 1
 @Sardine: I'd imagine a good chunk is done from the start, using protone.
  • + 1
 @Katakalism: I can't find shit on protone.. Can you post a link?
  • + 7
 at that price the sony rx with the 1 inch sensor will be the new action cam to get
  • + 1
 except its not rugged, doesn't go wide enough, and isnt' as compact.
  • + 2
 @app-uncture: ah, i thought he was referring to the RX100
  • + 2
 @hamncheez: Me too. It's about the most delicate thing I own. No way it's going anywhere near a bike!
  • + 2
 @hamncheez: Don't know anything about it's ruggedness but from a brief look at it's specs it looks ideal for professional use. Also the Gopro 6 is quite expensive, like with every new edition they up the price for a 100$/€
  • + 1
 @ChazzMichaelMichaels: its pretty stout Crushproof Yes (200 kgf/2000 N/440 lbf) and water proof
  • + 1
 Thanks. I thought it was a separate PC software.
  • + 3
 we want cheapest cameras !!
less useless gadgets!!!
good fps rate, decent resolution, better low-light sensor, better sound and that is. and please!! work on your gopro edit program!! it's obsolete and work bad in "normals" pc.
  • + 0
 This. Maybe even across the board to mountain bikes too. Stop pumping out high cost nonsense for the sake of bling (cough apple cough). Start trickling down the tech for low cost alternatives with most of the practical features and less gadgetry. Check out how amazing value Shimano SLX is. Where is the GoPro equivalent?
  • + 2
 They make the Hero for £100, it works very well
  • + 1
 @DC1988: But Hero is dicontinued, so the original Session is the least expensive one. A good camera, just it's 3 or 4 years old and it would be nice that there could be an exchengable battery, now only Black has it and Hero didn't have it.
  • + 3
 Its not really 4k. With a 12megapixel resolution chip, at 4x3 aspect ratio (I don't know what the hero6 is) is 4000x3000 pixels. UHD, what most people are referring to when they say 4k, is 3840 pixels × 2160 vertical lines (essentially pixels), or about 8 megapixels. What isn't said is that the chip on pretty much all CMOS and CCD imagers is a Bayer Interpolated design, meaning each pixel only reads one color channel- red, green or blue. Three pixels are then combined into one, so the actual resolution is 1/3 the stated megapixels. Some are even worse; every fourth pixel is clear or a repeated green to increase light and dynamic range sensitivity. The Hero6, at best, is putting out a true 4 megapixel image, either at still or video.
  • + 5
 When talking about sensor resolution each pixel is the combination of the 3/4 sub pixels, I haven't heard of anyone counting each sub pixel except I think Sigma with their Foveon stuff (both of those names could be completely wrong, basically it was a non-Bayer sensor). So that 12MP sensor has ~36M sub pixels.
  • + 1
 @TheRan24: You are confusing dots with pixels. View any digital photo at 100%; they don't look so hot. Reduce the image size by 3 in photoshop, then view at 100% again and you'll see the difference.

The Foevon sensor was a true one-to-one dot-to-megapixel sensor, but they would multiply its pixels by three, so it would appear better on paper, and to make it more comparable to a Bayer Interpolation sensor.
  • + 1
 NERDS! Haha really though, great info on badass equipment.
  • + 0
 @hamncheez: No I'm not. A pixel on an image sensor is the combination of the three sub pixels, same goes for the screen you're looking at. Dots have nothing to do with sensors or displays, that's the term you use when talking about printed images.
  • + 0
 @TheRan24:

www.kenrockwell.com/tech/bayer.htm

www.apnphotographyschool.com/concepts/bayer-interpolation-does-your-camera-really-have-the-quoted-resolution

Test it yourself. Take any image from your GOPRO and view it at 100% magnification. You will see that the per-pixel sharpness is very poor. This is not due to the lens, or motion blur, its from the interpolation of three pixels into one.
  • + 1
 @hamncheez: That's completely irrelevant to the point you were first making. You were saying that manufacturers count each sub pixel, so a 12mp sensor would actually only be 4mp, which is completely false. You don't need a 25mp sensor to shoot 4k, as long as it has an 8.3mp+ sensor it can do it (which would be about 25m sub pixels).
  • + 1
 @TheRan24: Manufactures count sub-pixels as pixels when they publish sensor data. A 12 megapixel sensor, specifically this Gopro sensor (made by Sony) has 12 million photosites total, not 36 million. The chroma resolution cannot be higher than 4 megapixels. The luminescent resolution will be closer to 12 megapixels depending on the photo processing.

The proof is in the pudding. Look at a GoPro image at 100% or a still frame from 4k. It is not near the resolving limit of your monitor.
  • + 2
 @hamncheez: My apologies, it appears you are right. I knew they did that ages ago, back when resolutions were really low, but I thought they went to stating the actual resolution and stopped interpolating when resolutions started to get higher.
  • + 5
 No. They lost me as a customer when they forced a login on their crappy phone software.
  • + 5
 And they keep renaming it for some reason!
  • + 1
 How are we supposed use basic features like playback or setup the camera with the software if we don't have cell coverage? This made the app completely useless for me since most of the trails here don't have very good cell coverage if any.
  • + 2
 I'm worried about one thing. I saw only 30 sec of action in a 4:30 min video for a POV action cam promo.
I think it's clear, and the message is coming from the monster of the industry, that action sports athletes are just few, they want to see their gopro in everyone hands, filming faces of kids mostly, lots of smiles. Bangers, cool angles of flip double whip to bar are really not a necessity anymore. Riders are definitely out of the picture, filmers will be sponsored.
  • + 2
 New chip sounds interesting if it improves dynamic range and low light. Otherwise I see nothing else of value. Still not sold on crop-and-zoom digital image stabilisation. It doesn't actually stabilize the sensor so you still have a blurry image when it's rough. Would like to see legit optical image stabilization that would reduce the need for a gimbal.
  • + 4
 One of these and a chest mounted gimball and I can be a mtb vlogger too right?
  • + 4
 you need a bike too. (unlike some bmx vloggers)
  • + 1
 MTB vloggers are the corniest people on YouTube.
  • + 3
 @dhmtbr777: You obviously havent seen Dave Jenvey aka 'Novice Boy'! www.youtube.com/user/davetherave22
  • + 3
 To all the 360 video haters, one word: PORN.
360 vid + VR = the biggest revolution to the porn industry since the invention of the smartphone...!
  • + 4
 So first thing is to attach my go pro to a shark
  • + 2
 still can`t find any reason to change my 3+ black... especially i don`t like it`s killer feature "drop camera and buy new one instead of housing case change"
  • + 3
 Do we know how many units of, "Most Advanced Stabilization of any Hero camera" yet?

I'm hoping it's at least 4.8.
  • + 1
 not that groundbreaking or innovative, as these days gopro is playing catch up, would probably garner more attention if it was $200-150 cheaper, to get some of the attention that the YI 4K+ has.
  • + 1
 4k is cool but most people still don't have devices to support it and appreciate it. Plus it drains your battery life even faster
  • + 0
 Its not really 4k. It has a 12 megapixel sensor, so with Bayer Interpolation its putting out a true 4 megapixel resolution, half that of 4k
  • + 1
 It's true, I watch 90% of these videos on my phone in the bathroom. If they look super cool I might watch them on the computer which...It doesn't have any cool stickers and numbers on it so I'm guessing it sucks.
  • + 1
 Does anyone know who needs this 3d spherical stuff? Don´t know anyone who wants to see these confusing videos. Hm... But maybe I´m getting old.
  • + 2
 Honestly don't understand 360 video, its more of just an inconvenience to watch than anything.
  • + 3
 I'll stick with my sony action cam.
  • + 2
 Bet the Fusion mounted to handlebars would be cool could capture riding position and trail.
  • + 3
 No MTB in their launch video?
  • + 1
 Selfie sticks, boobs and drones... the key ingredients to selling an action cam to nerds in the modern world Wink Smile
  • + 3
 And nerds only know how to operate two of those things.. lol
  • + 1
 Amazing that people continue to spend money on a camera to use a half dozen times.
  • + 2
 Hmm let's see what happens to their stock price tomorrow...
  • + 2
 Like the video, but... Not a single MTB shown.
  • + 1
 But did they found a way to prevent mud from sticking to the lens?
  • + 1
 Free upgrade from my Hero5 which unfortunately sucks ballz?
  • + 0
 Just gonna wait for the knock offs that work 80% just as well for half the price.
  • + 1
 $499 in US, £499 in UK...seriously who the f*ck comes up with this sh*t
  • + 1
 Still same trash audio as hero 5 I'm assuming?
  • + 1
 Aye, that was a pretty sick video mind
  • + 1
 Meanwhile my GoPro 3+ has been collecting dust for almost a year now.
  • + 2
 Perfect for My e-bike
  • + 1
 woohoo! cheaper used ones!
  • + 1
 Hero5 anyone? It’s just old...
  • + 1
 Does it have legit stabilization or just software?
  • + 1
 i'll wait for Hero X, when iPhone goes XX
  • + 1
 Anyone know if they will come out with a hero6 session as well?
  • + 1
 Very likely if they can fit a battery that supplies the new – and possibly more power hungry – processor with enough juice.
  • - 3
 Here we go again, a GoPro video exclusively featuring people who are insanely good-looking, talented, and well-equipped. This is discrimination! How about a video for the rest of us?
  • + 1
 Still shitty battery ?
  • - 1
 Will it still have the crapy mics that the 5 series. I love hearing my gimbal motors on video
  • - 3
 Pretty beautiful planet, and the only one we've got. Can we look after it please? And by that I mean don't buy totally unnecessary action cameras.
  • + 2
 Not saying you're wrong, but there are certainly other things we can change prior to reducing our consumption of little video cameras.
  • + 4
 @johnjrubadub: quitcherbitchin.
  • + 0
 @therealtylerdurden: I meant to say that their video captures the planet's beauty magnificently, whilst being unnecessarily powerful for anyone except professional film makers.
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