After teasing the announcement date last week, GoPro has unveiled the brand new Hero8 Black right on schedule, debuting Hypersmooth 2.0 stabilization, modular lighting, microphone and display accessories, a built-in foldable mount, something they call ‘digital lenses’ for in-camera crop, and much more! It’s obvious that pressure from the competitors out there—especially the DJI Osmo Action—has pushed GoPro to really push what you can do with the new Hero8 Black. Here’s a quick video intro to the new action cam: On the surface, the camera looks similar to the Hero7 Black, but GoPro has made it 14% lighter, added a foldable built-in mount, significantly enhanced the built-in microphone, and kept everything waterproof down to 10m (33ft). Base features are similar, with the ability to shoot 4K/60p and 1080/240p video, and capture 12MP photos. Many of the enhancements come in the way of software, with features like Hypersmooth 2.0 stabilization, the ability to stream 1080p video, a new LiveBurst mode that captures 90 photos total starting 1.5 seconds before you hit the shutter button, Digital Lenses the let you crop from “super view,” to “wide,” to distortion-free “linear,” to “narro...