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Go Pro has announced the Go Pro Hero 6 Black action camera

Go Pro has announced the Go Pro Hero 6 Black action camera

The new Go Pro Hero 6 Black –

GoPro Hero6 Black

The following are the salient features:

So the Go Pro Hero 6 Black can film at UHD 4k 60p, 2.7k at 120p, 1080p at 240fps.

The better processor has resulted in better digital image stabilization.

It can go down to 33 feet deep water without any housing. For more than that you need the super Suit housing.

2 inch touchscreen at the rear helps in changing menu and framing. You can also use voice commands for recording start and stop and take photo.

The GoPro Hero6 Black can shoot at 12MP in a 30 frame burst. It has a regular time-lapse mode. And interestingly one can shoot still photos in RAW in .gpr mode. There is also a wide dynamic range mode.

It uses windnoise reduction by using 3 microphones so that the sound is much better. There is a built-in GPS.

You can use Go Pro iOS app or Android app to view images and share. It becomes easy to now frame the shots as well as have full remote control abilities to shoot from a distance.

For the internet generation, there is the GoPro Quik (in iOS and Android) so that one can edit video in a couple of taps. One can find out the nice moments and then put in various built-in effects, music etc.

For advanced editing GoPro Studio is also included.

Price: $499 US Dollars

You can buy it from B&H at the following link: 

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1354531-REG/gopro_chdhx_601_hero6_black.html/BI/13252/KBID/19990

 

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Sabyasachi is an award winning Cinematographer and shoots for international broadcasters, feature films and corporates to make a living. He is a passionate wildlife filmmaker and photographer and has won awards and accolades for his documentary 'A Call in the Rainforest'. He has been striving to make his films and photographs full of life and emotion and write articles to educate and evangelise the need for conserving the last tracts of vanishing wilderness and wildlife in our country. He hopes that his wildlife films, photographs and writings force people to pause, look, ponder and ultimately take action.
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