GoPro HERO 12 Black Exposure
GoPro enthusiasts and action camera aficionados have been buzzing with anticipation as leaks about the company’s latest flagship model, the HERO 12 Black, begin to surface. A recent report from WinFuture sheds light on what the HERO 12 Black has to offer and how it compares to its predecessor, the HERO 11 Black.
While some may have hoped for groundbreaking advancements, the report suggests that the HERO 12 Black’s specifications remain relatively consistent with its forerunner. However, this doesn’t mean that the camera lacks noteworthy improvements.
Initially rumored to feature a 1-inch sensor, GoPro eventually opted for a 1/1.9-inch sensor for the HERO 12 Black. Despite this alteration, the camera still delivers impressive results, boasting image capture capabilities of up to 27 megapixels and video recording at 5.3K resolution, achieving 60 frames per second. Notably, the HERO 12 Black introduces HyperSmooth 6.0 technology, promising even superior image stabilization for video recordings.
Retaining the dual-display design, with a prominent 2.27 x 1.4-inch diagonal main display at the back, the HERO 12 Black’s most notable enhancement lies in its battery life. Equipped with a 1720mAh replaceable battery, this camera can record approximately 70 minutes of 5.3K resolution video at 60FPS, and around 90 minutes at 30FPS – a 10-minute improvement from its predecessor. Impressively, when set to 1080p resolution at 30FPS, the HERO 12 Black boasts over 2.5 hours of video recording, a substantial 150-minute gain compared to the HERO 11 Black.
With a svelte weight of 154 grams and waterproof capability up to 10 meters without an external case, the HERO 12 Black remains practical for various adventurous scenarios. The camera is slated for release on September 13th, with a price tag of €449.99. As the launch date approaches, the excitement continues to mount for what the HERO 12 Black can bring to the world of sports and adventure photography.