The GoPro family has now expanded to include the all-new Hero 6 Black. The $499 action camera features a GP1 CPU, the company’s first in-house developed processor, and is capable of shooting 4K at 60fps, 2.7k at 120fps, and 1080p footage at 240fps. Other upgrades include: improved image stabilization, dynamic range and low-light performance, while utilizing 5GHz Wi-Fi for the quickest transfers possible. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.”It’s rugged as ever and waterproof out of the box to 33 feet. It has GPS, a 2-inch LCD touchscreen on the back, voice controls, and some neat instant-offloading and instant-editing features to help with the inevitable backlog of footage. Switching to a custom chip is a way to differentiate from that competition, while also giving the company more control over the entire image processing flow. It should also make some of the camera’s smart features, like voice control, or auto editing, even smarter,” reports The Verge.