Not only does GoPro debut the 60fps 4K Hero6 Black, there's also Fusion with 5.2K spherical video, too

Plus a new 'Follow' update for the Karma Drone

As predicted, Go Pro has debuted the Hero6 Black, with 60fps 4K video recording and beefed-up image stabilisation thanks to a new, custom-designed processor. But even more interesting than that, GoPro announced Fusion, a waterproof, mountable 5.2K spherical camera. 

There are also a bunch of mount updates, while the QuikStories mobile app is designed to make it easy to share short videos of your adventures.

Read more: GoPro Hero7 Black review: stabilised 4K video at 60fps is a game changer

If you're interested, you can also watch a replay of the live event.

GoPro Hero6 Black and GoPro Fusion full details

GoPro Hero6 Black – £499.99

In addition to the features above, the Hero6 also has improved dynamic range and low-light performance plus an added digital zoom (there are RAW and HDR photo modes). It's also ruggedised and waterproof to 10 metres as you'd expect. There are also faster offload speeds thanks to 5GHz 802.11ac Wi-Fi. 

GoPro Fusion – £699.99

5.2K spherical video and 18MP spherical photos! That's what you can capture using GoPro Fusion. Gimbal-like stabilisation makes it all  smooth. The GoPro app’s OverCapture feature can recapture and share your spherical shot as a traditional fixed perspective video. It's waterproof to 5m. 

Naturally both cameras include GPS, an accelerometer, gyroscope and compass plus Wi-Fi + Bluetooth.

There are also some new GoPro accessories:

Shorty – The ultimate pocket-able extension pole and tripod, perfect for any activity.

The Handler – An updated floating handgrip with a quick-release mounting feature.

Bite Mount + Floaty – A versatile bite mount with an easy-to-spot float, ideal for POV.

Check out our guide to the best GoPro accessories

Plus there's more for the GoPro Karma Drone

The Karma drone is Hero6 Black-compatible and features two new auto-shot paths: Follow and Watch. 

Using GPS, Karma can now automatically follow the Karma Controller while you’re on the go, keeping you framed in the shot. Clever stuff. 

The Watch auto-shot path will keep Karma hovering in place while it rotates, keeping the Karma Controller in frame wherever it goes. 

Other new Karma updates include an expanded Cable-Cam auto-shot path and “Look Up” camera tilt capability. 

Now why not check out our guide to the best drones