You might have picked up GoPro’s latest action camera – the HERO9 Black – a full month ago, but it wasn’t until today that you were able to pair it with cutting-edge in-lens stabilization. We are, of course, talking about the Max Lens Mod for the recently introduced imaging tool. Which is already touted as an indispensable part of any videography setup involving the GoPro HERO9 Black.
Priced at $99, the Max Lens Mod should improve the viability of your footabe by a substantial degree, no matter the circumstances. What’s more, you can even get a fixes 30% discount on the lens if you’re a GoPro subscriber. This is similar to the $100 price cut GoPro has been offering to its subscribers interested in buying up the HERO9 Black from day one. As for the lens at hand, this is a 155-degree module capable of stabilizing even the shakiest of footabe at up to 2.7K60fps.
It is launching along with a new Mediua Mod and Display Mod, priced at $79.99 each, as well as a refreshed Light Mod ($49.99). All of these accessories have been optimized for GoPro’s newest 5K action camera, with their core design philosophy being to serve as functional multiplers of sorts.