GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition with Volta Power Grip

GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition with Volta Power Grip


San Mateo, CA—Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2022, GoPro introduced the GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition. The kit features HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization; cinematic 5.3K video recording; as well as enough battery to power all-day productions. That’s due to Volta, a new battery and camera control grip.

“Hero10 Creator Edition is like having Hollywood in your hand. It’s the perfect setup for recording professional-quality video when vlogging, filmmaking or even livestreaming,” said GoPro CEO and founder Nicholas Woodman.

GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition with Volta Battery Grip

“Leave the extra batteries and gear behind; all you need is the Creator Edition and you can create cinematic magic—all day long. You’ll have to recharge and refuel yourself before you even think about recharging your GoPro.”

 GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition

Moreover, the Creator Edition combines four premium GoPro products into an all-in-one content-capturing kit. At its core is the Hero10 Black action camera with HyperSmooth 4.0 video stabilization; 5.3K video capability; 8x slow motion recording; TimeWarp 3.0; as well as 23MP photo capture.

In addition, the bundle includes the Volta battery and remote control grip. It has built-in camera buttons that let users control the camera with one hand.

GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition with Volta Battery Grip

What’s more, it powers four hours of 4K recording at 30 frames per second. Users can also detach Volta and use it as a wireless remote from up to 98 feet away.

Also in the kit are two Mod accessories. First, Media Mod features a built-in directional microphone for enhanced audio; two cold-shoe mounts; as well as ports for 3.5mm mic and HDMI-out. Second, the Light Mod is an LED light with four levels of brightness up to 200 lumens.

Volta Battery Grip
GoPro Hero10 Black Creator Edition

This stand-alone premium battery grip provides more than four hours of 5.3K recording at 30 fps. An integrated 4900 mAh battery combines with the camera’s standard battery to triple its normal battery power. Plus, camera buttons give users one-handed control of the Hero10 while it’s attached to the grip.

Also featured are built-in tripod legs. Users can flip out the legs any time they need to set the camera down to capture extended time-lapse footage and other stationary shots. In addition, 35% of its plastic parts are made from recycled materials; the Volta is also weather resistant.

The Volta is also compatible with the Hero9 Black. In addition, it will charge any USB-C-compatible device, including GoPro MAX and older GoPro cameras.

The Volta has a price of $90.99 for GoPro subscribers. Its suggested retail price is $129.99.

The GoPro Hero10 Creator Edition ships at $581.96 for GoPro subscribers. It has an SRP of $784.95. However, at the time of launch, new subscribers can purchase the Creator Edition for $531.95.