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GoPro’s flagship action camera is on sale — save $100 on the HERO10

GoPro’s flagship action camera is on sale — save $100 on the HERO10

This is the second price drop we’ve seen since its launch.

Skier filming themselves with a GoPro HERO10

Credit: GoPro

SAVE $100: As of September 11, you can score a GoPro HERO10 for just $249.99 at multiple retailers, including Amazon (where it’s $249), Best Buy, and GoPro.

We love a good deal, but we don’t love it when inflated listing prices make discounts seem larger than they actually are. So, when we found the GoPro HERO10 on sale at Amazon, we did some digging to ensure this was a legitimate deal worth sharing with our readers.

While Amazon did inflate the list price to an out-of-date MSRP, we found that this deal is still worth considering if you’re in the market for a top-of-the-line action camera. (And Amazon does currently boast the best price of the three, if only by 99 cents.)

When it first launched, the GoPro HERO10 was listed for $449.99; not too long after, the company dropped the price to $350. Now, you can get this action camera for $249 on Amazon and $249.99 at Best Buy. (You can also purchase it via the GoPro site.) That’s a $100 discount from the (actual) original list price.

The GoPro HERO10 is designed for adrenaline junkies, athletes, and anyone who wants to capture epic moments (or just life memories) in stunning detail. With advanced features like 5.3K video resolution, 23-megapixel photos, and HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization, the HERO10 ensures that every shot is crisp, clear, and incredibly immersive.

Whether you’re skiing down a mountain, surfing powerful waves, or simply enjoying a day with friends and family, the GoPro HERO10 is up to capture all the action.

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Tabitha Britt is a freelance writer, editor, SEO & content strategist. Aside from writing for Mashable, Tabitha is also the founding editor-in-chief of DO YOU ENDO — a digital magazine by individuals with endometriosis, for individuals with endometriosis. She has a Master’s degree in Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism from The New School of Social Research and is currently enrolled in Sextech School. You can find more of her work in various online pubs, including National Geographic, Insider, Kinkly, and others.

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