the GoPro cameras we sell is GoPro hero 6 black
GoPro Hero 5 black ,GoPro Fusion
GoPro Hero 7 black ,Gopro Hero 7 white
GoPro Hero 7 Silver
and other GoPro accessary
- Review Price: £499
- Custom GP1 processor
- 4K/60fps; 1080p/240fps video
- HDR and RAW photography
- Improved EIS, dynamic range and low light performance
- Voice controls
- Dual microphones
Editor’s note: The GoPro Hero 6 Black has now been discontinued and replaced by
the GoPro Hero 7 Black. GoPro did tell us there might “still be some retail inventory of
previous cameras”, so it’s possible you’ll be still able to find
the GoPro Hero 6 Black on offer, if it’s the model you want. Read
our GoPro camera range guide (for all models, new and old) to help you decide.
What is the GoPro Hero 6 Black?
Last year’s GoPro Hero 5 Black was somewhat of a sea change for GoPro’s Hero range, and a camera
I called GoPro’s “greatest hits”. The Hero 6 Black, however, is
very much an evolution of a now established winning formula. It
improves in many key areas, including in its top-end resolution and
frame rates, as well as offering significantly better image
stabilisation and upgrades in overall image quality.
UPDATE: GoPro has reduced the price of the Hero 6 Black from its original
$499/£499. You can now bag one for $399/£399 making it a much
better prospect. For the money, it’s by far the best action camera
available and the new lower price removes one of the biggest
negatives around GoPro’s flagship camera when we originally
reviewed it at its higher price.
Related: GoPro Hero 6 Black vs GoPro Hero 5 Black
GoPro Hero 6 Black – Design, controls and screen
In terms of physical design, nothing has changed. The camera body
is identical to the Hero 5 Black. So much so, in fact, that if you
own the older camera then I’d recommend marking up the newer model
to tell them apart. The obvious benefit to this consistency in
design is that all of the Hero 5 Black-specific mounts and
accessories – such as the Karma drone and Karma Grip – are compatible with the Hero 6 Black.
I won’t go into too much detail here since so little has changed;
read the Hero 5 Black review for more details. There’s still a 2-inch touchscreen on the
back, but it wasn’t until I put the two models next to one another
that I noticed the quality of the display has improved. Colours on
the Hero 6 Black’s display are far punchier compared to the
washed-out look of the older model. This isn’t a huge deal for a
device that you’ll predominantly be using to quickly frame shots,
but it’s welcome nevertheless.