Sep 19th, 2016

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GoPro unveiled its latest generation of active cameras today, featuring numerous improvements over the previous series of Hero 4 cameras that debuted back in 2014. First up is the Hero 5 Black, which is the big boy. It’ll start at $399 if you don’t want to purchase the Krama Drone bundle that makes the camera $100 cheaper.

Both cameras share several specs, despite the smaller size of the $299 Session 5. Both cameras are waterproof up to 10 meters without a plastic housing and both cameras support voice control with seven languages supported at launch. You’ll also get GoPro Plus support on both devices. They’re slated to launch on October 2nd and they’re both compatible with the Karma Drone that was announced alongside them.

Where they differ is their internal specs and design. The Hero 5 Black features a 2-inch LCD touchscreen so you can preview what you’re shooting with its 12-megapixel camera. It also has built-in GPS and is capable of capturing RAW photos and Wide Dynamic Range video.

On the other hand, the Hero 5 Session can capture 10-megapixel photos with no screen, GPS, RAW, or WDR modes.

GoPro Hero 5 Black Specs

  • 12MP/30fps 4K video with burst and time-lapse support
  • Waterproof to 33 feet
  • Simple one button control
  • WiFi + Bluetooth support
  • Advanced wind/noise reduction
  • Voice control
  • Video stabilization
  • Auto-upload to cloud
  • 2″ touch display
  • Location Capture
  • RAW & WDR support

GoPro Hero 5 Session Specs

  • 10MP/30fps 4K video with burst and time-lapse support
  • Waterproof to 33 feet
  • Simple one button control
  • WiFi + Bluetooth support
  • Advanced wind/noise reduction
  • Voice control
  • Video stabilization
  • Auto-upload to cloud

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