GoPro has announced new products in the past in September, but the action camera maker has postponed the calendar a bit this year and is teasing fans with an announcement coming out on October 1st.
In a short video posted on the company's GoPro website and on the company's Twitter and Instagram accounts, a handful of clips show what the next generation of GoPro shooters seems to be.
Attentive eyes will notice that the video seems to contain clips from at least two different cameras – possibly the flagship GoPro Hero8 Black and a 360 ° camera, which is probably the GoPro Max (a successor to the two-year GoPro) merger) ,
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GoPro has also set up a page on YouTube where the October 1 event will be broadcast live so fans can set up a reminder to see how the new campers are officially revealed. YouTube automatically adjusts to your local time zone.
GoPro did not release any specifications for the new section in the video, although the Hero 8 Black was able to record 4K resolution at up to 120 fps and 1080p Full HD video at up to 480 fps. In this case, it would lead to amazing slow motion videos. However, later rumors suggest that Hero 8 Black will shoot 4K images at up to 60 frames per second, even if the resolution is reduced to 1080 frames per second.
Leaked images also gave us an insight into possible new accessories that will be delivered with the new cameras, including LED lights, an external display and a microphone.
However, we do not know much about the upcoming GoPro product range and will present you with all the latest news here. Watch this room.
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