We’re used to the stunning action sequences by now and have come to terms with the fact that we (well most of us) will never be able to pull off a double back-flip on skis, but what everyone can get behind is adventure.
Behind the text touting GoPro’s now 4K 120-frame-per-second video, topping out at 5.3K at 60-frames, is the notion that we’ll see a volcano once more, snap a 19.6MP selfie from a video of us on the water near a tropical island or live-stream our underwater adventures from 10 metres below the surface.
After 230 days living in locked down Melbourne, that is how you sell a camera.
Sure there’s a new chip that’ll make things “faster”, “smoother” and “easier.”
Sure the option of buying mods to better the lens, audio and lighting all return, as does GoPro’s supreme video stabilisation.
But nothing is more exciting than the prospect of escaping our suburbs once more.
Positive reviews are already popping up online if you’ve got a spare $749.95.
You can save $150 and spend $599.95 instead if you bundle the GoPro HERO10 Black with a one-year subscription.