GoPro is reportedly planning to launch the next edition of its action camera, GoPro Hero 12 Black, in the market soon. The alleged GoPro Hero 12 Black is expected to be launched early next month. Renders and expected specifications of the device have also been leaked online, revealing the design and other key details. last year’s successor gopro hero 11 black It is said to feature the same specifications as its predecessor, including a 2.27-inch main display. It is also said to have the same 1/1.9-inch sensor as the GoPro Hero 11 Black.
Tipster Roland Quandt has shared Along with alleged design renders, specifications of the alleged GoPro Hero 12 Black have also been revealed via the Winfuture website. It is speculated that the action camera will get a minor upgrade compared to its predecessor. It also looks similar to the Hero 11 Black, but with a few changes. Instead of a full black bezel around the front display, this year’s Hero 12 Black is shown with a dotted design around the display. The new action camera is said to have the same dimensions as its predecessor.
In terms of specifications, the upcoming GoPro Hero 12 Black is said to come with a 27-megapixel 1/1.9-inch sensor and support up to 5.3K 60fps video with HDR option. It is also likely to offer 24.7MP screengrabs from videos and support shooting in 8-bit as well as 10-bit settings. Additionally, it is reported to come with HyperSmooth 6.0 stabilization. It may have a 2.27-inch main display and a 1.4-inch display at the front.
Additionally, the report also suggests a larger 1,720mAh battery as part of the Enduro Pack, which can deliver up to 70 minutes of battery life at 5.3K (60fps) resolution. Other leaked details include HyperView, Horizon Lock, HyperSmooth AutoBoost, and more. The report also claims that the GoPro Hero 12 Black will be made available from September 13 at a price of €449.99 (approximately Rs 40,600).
gopro hero 11 black launched Last year there was a 2.27-inch touchscreen display on the back and a color LCD display on the front for live preview. It is powered by GoPro’s GP2 processor. It has a larger 1/1.9-inch sensor with a native 8:7 aspect ratio.