Recently, the GoPro Hero 12 Black was introduced in India. It has a vertical capture option, improved HyperSmooth 6.0 stabilization, GP Log + LUTS, wireless audio recording, and supports up to four Bluetooth devices in addition to HDR compatibility for 5.3K and 4K footage. It has a larger 1,720mAh battery, a 1/1.9-inch sensor with the GP2 CPU, and a 177-degree field of view thanks to the Max Lens Mod 2.0.
Price of the GoPro Hero 12 Black
For the base model, the GoPro Hero 12 Black starts at Rs. 45,000 in India. The Creators Edition will cost you Rs. 65,000 if you choose it. The Media Mod, Light Mod, and Volta grip are some of the extra accessories that come with this Creators Edition. The Hero 12 Black is only offered in one color, which is black, however it has blue specks on it and the word “12 Black” on the side.
Pre-orders for the GoPro Hero 12 Black began today, and it will be available for purchase through well-known offline and online shops in India starting on September 13. The Hero 11 Black will now be discounted as part of this release, and the Max Lens Mod 2.0 is expected to become available in late November.
Features and specifications for the GoPro Hero 12 Black
The GoPro Hero 12 Black adds a number of notable improvements. Beginning with video recording in both 5.3K and 4K resolutions, GoPro has included HDR capability. The addition of a new vertical capture option also makes it possible to take pictures and films with a 9:16 aspect ratio. Additionally, 8:7 mode now supports the TimeWarp, Time Lapse, Night Effects, and Night Lapse features.
It now has HyperSmooth 6.0 with AutoBoost, which has improved stabilization capabilities made possible by processing up to four times more data. Additionally, the Hero 12 Black provides 10-bit color and supports GP Log + LUTS.
A brand-new function called Interval Photo has been released for photography enthusiasts, enabling timed photo captures ranging from 0.5 seconds to 120 seconds.
The Hero 12 Black from GoPro this year has wireless audio recording capabilities. Users can wirelessly record audio, use voice commands, and receive camera alerts by simply pairing their Bluetooth headphones with the GoPro device. The GoPro Hero 12 Black is notable for supporting up to four Bluetooth devices at once.
The recently introduced GoPro Hero 12 Black uses a 1/1.9-inch sensor with an 8:7 aspect ratio and is powered by the GP2 processor. The camera has a 1.4-inch non-touch display up front and a 2.27-inch touchscreen display in the back. Without a protective casing, it maintains its amazing 10-meter or 33-foot waterproof rating. On the bottom of the camera, a brand-new universal tripod thread mount has been included.
The new 1,720mAh Enduro battery, which offers up to twice the battery life compared to the previous generation, is another highlight of the most recent GoPro action camera. In addition, the Max Lens Mod 2.0, which offers an expanded 177-degree field of vision at 4K 60fps, is now part of the GoPro Hero 12 Black.