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GoPro Hero 6 brings better image quality and stabilizationGoPro announces its new action cam, the Hero 6. The new camera shoots 4K video at 60fps and 1080p at 240fps. There's better image stabilization built in too.
What if we made a Hero camera that had Karma-like stabilization built-in to the camera itself. We'd want to add 4K 60, 2.7K 120 and definitely 1082 40 for insane slow motion. We would definitely have to develop a new processor for that kind of performance Well, guess what. We did. It's called Hero6 and it is awesome. [APPLAUSE] Check out this year's launch video shot entirely on Hero6 to see what it can do. Roll it. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] HERO 6 is the very best of everything Go Pro. We took the world's most durable and versatile camera and gave it the most advanced video stabilization Ever found in a Go Pro. We added 4K 60, 2.7K 120 and 1082 40 for mind bending visual effects. We dramatically improved the dynamic range in low light performance to really make things pop. And we beefed up here Hero 6's wi-fi for much faster footage transfer to your phone, three times faster, now to pull all of this off, we needed to develop, we needed to develop a custom processor, it's called GP1, and it is at the heart About makes Hero 6 so awesome. Let's take a deeper look. [BLANK_AUDIO] [MUSIC] Hero 6 is a whole new game ,and it's a whole new GoPro. [MUSIC] The engine behind Hero 6 is what we call GP1. Hero 6 is gonna give you double the fun, The performance with 4k 60 1080p 240 video. You're going to get this really buttery smooth slow motion that doesn't drop a frame. Hero 6 is available now. Worldwide retailers around the world and at GoPro.com for $499.