GoPro Hero9 release will happen this year and yet there are hardly any official details out about the action-adventure camera. GoPro has been silent about the next model after Hero8 but their recent business moves say a different story. GoPro has acquired the software company ReelSteady hinting that GoPro Hero9 will have powerful image stabilization features. Here are more details on GoPro Hero9 release date, features, specs and improved stabilization rumors.
GoPro Hero9 Image Stabilization Features after New Software Company
GoPro Hero9 could come up with an improved version of the GoPro app as the company is looking to expand its software capabilities. GoPro has recently bought ReelSteady company which develops software for image stabilization during post-production, which means after filming. The ReelSteady Go application which works as add-on software for Adobe After Effects is sold separately at $399.
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But to make it more popular, a new version of ReelSteadyGO that can be used on a GoPro action camera is now available for only $99. It will improve the image stabilization features and other editing tools in the upcoming GoPro Hero9 camera. The Hero9 will have advanced and improved versions of HyperSmooth 2.0 and TimeWarp 2.0, which were introduced alongside the recent Hero8 Black and Hero Max cameras. GoPro Hero9 will ReelSteady will be a much powerful camera that can take the perfect shot and have better stabilization.
GoPro Hero 9 Release Date and Price
GoPro Hero9 could release at the end of this year around October 2020 as the camera company follows a strict annual calendar. Even the previous Hero8 was available for pre-order from October 15, 2019, and was available after the next few weeks. As for the price, we could expect that GoPro Hero9 will cost around $499 or more and might have a larger variant too.