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Just like the i Phone 8 is an i Phone, the new i Pad is an i Pad, and how most iterative product releases tend to resemble their forebears, the new Hero 6 Black is stunningly similar to the camera it’s supplanting. After spending all launch day with the $499 Hero 6 Black, and a few days after that, I can say it’s definitely easily mistaken for the $399 Hero 5 Black, especially on the outside. The answer lies on the inside with the new GP1 processor — Go Pro’s latest weapon in the action camera market, and the thing that most distinguishes the Hero 6 Black from the Hero 5 Black.If you try to pluck the newer of the two out of a bag, the laws of probability dictate that you’ll only get the Hero 6 half the time. It’s been custom-designed by a company called Socionext, and is exclusive to Go Pro.
It may not be a complete revamp of every product that you make.
Every second winds up turning into about 10, which increases the size of the already large haystack of photos and videos we tend to shoot these days.
There are also just some basic compatibility issues that need to be ironed out.
From the sounds of it, Go Pro was heavily involved in the process of its creation, which took almost three years from the earliest discussions.
It’s an important step for Go Pro, because it gives them distance from competitors who have increasingly used the same components — Ambarella’s processors in particular — that help make Go Pros good cameras in the first place.
On the Hero 6, it’s definitely worth it; it’s strong and smooth, much like the digital stabilization on Google’s Pixel smartphone, but far less jittery.
I left it on almost every time I wasn’t shooting in 4K 60 fps or 1080p 240 fps.And there are some clips I shot in the flat color mode where the blue sky looks a little too blue for what’s supposed to be a more neutral setting.But for most people, the immediate value of the GP1 will show up in other parts of the camera.It not only represents more independence and control with the GP1, but it’s a sign that the company’s back on offense.That’s a huge deal for a company that’s gone through multiple rounds of layoffs, had to immediately issue a recall for its first drone, and has seen its once soaring stock price flatline.Late in the day at the launch event, when an athlete asked CEO Nick Woodman about what other resolution / frame rate combinations might be coming (as if 4K footage at 60 fps wasn’t enough), he said, “We haven’t completely unlocked the performance of GP1 yet.” Go Pro has done a good job over the years of squeezing extra performance out of its cameras via firmware updates, so it’s worth believing there’s more to come like Woodman says. There’s extra dynamic range, especially in Pro Tune mode and with the camera set to capture in “flat” color, and the Hero 6 Black captures a little bit more fine detail in both videos and photos.