GoPro Hero 8, 9 or 10, it is difficult to point out the differences between the manufacturer’s cameras. In order to help you find the GoPro that suits you, we have studied the specificities of the GoPro Heroes point by point, from 8 to 10.
The action camera is the ideal accessory to take everywhere with you. Compact, solid and offering good quality, the GoPro is the proudest representative of this segment. For a few years now, GoPro has discontinued the White, Silver, and Black versions of its action cameras, which represented the entry, mid, and high end respectively.
In order to segment its catalog, GoPro is now content to keep the Black versions of previous years, the oldest becoming the entry level and the most recent occupying the top of the range. Today, the American manufacturer offers us three versions, the Hero 8, the most accessible, the Hero 9 and finally the Hero 10, the most recent and powerful of its action cameras.
To top it off, GoPro offers an optional subscription for $49.99 per year. This subscription allows you to take advantage of the Quik software in a paid version as well as access to the Live Streaming GoPro platform, a space and automatic backup to the cloud. In addition, this subscription allows you to benefit from a replacement of the camera in the event of breakage “no question asked”, from 100 € reduction on three cameras per year and up to 50% reduction on accessories.
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