The 360-Degree GoPro Fusion Will Cost $1000 In Australia

Image: GoPro

GoPro's first all-in-one 360-degree camera — the 5.2K-recording Fusion — still doesn't have an Aussie release date. But we finally know how much it'll cost.

The Fusion just got its price tag for Aussie buyers — a cool $999.95. You do get a bunch of accessories with it, at least, like a Shorty-style extension pole and handgrip. You can also buy a 2-year extended warranty from GoPro — "you break it, we'll replace it" — for $199.

That's a lot of money, but there's no doubting that the Fusion is GoPro's most powerful camera; it can record 5.2K video (that's a massive 2880 pixels vertically, if you were interested — here's an example) and does smart stitching of that footage to cut out any extension poles or accessories you're using — just the world around you in some of the best quality 360-degree footage we've seen.

The Fusion is still "coming soon" for Australia, and is likely to land later this year. It'll join the equally new Hero6 Black.

Trending Stories Right Now