There’s no better way to show off that trek up the Himalaya or that deep-sea dive in
There’s no better way to show off that trek up the Himalaya or that deep-sea dive inthe Maldives than with footage captured using a GoPro. The company has just launched its latest action camera model, the GoPro HERO6 Black, which takes things up a notch. For starters, the camera captures footage in 4K resolution up till 60 frames per second and in 1080p resolution up till 240 frames per second—great for slow-motion videos. This has been made possible thanks to the new custom-designed GP1 processor.
The camera is also QuikStories-enabled, a feature that uses the GoPro app to convert individual clips into a cinematic video. The engineers at GoPro have also worked to improve image stabilisation, so that your captured action footage is easy on the eyes. One can also experience zooming with a single touch, improved in-built wi-fi connectivity, device waterproofing upto 10m, better dynamic range, multiple photo modes and great low-light performance. ₹45,000; gopro.com