When we released the HERO10 Black last month, we were so excited to share it with the world and really showcase the constant evolution of this camera. But that’s the reality every year, right? We loved the HERO9, we loved the HERO8… you get the point.

With that in mind, we wanted to make sure we could clearly demonstrate to you just how much work has gone into making the HERO10 Black our speediest and easiest camera to use ever, to demonstrate just how far we’ve come in recent years, and to really clearly show off the capabilities of the brand new GP2 Processor.

So, how do you differentiate between two things that look the same, but are very different? By engaging a pair of identical twins to produce amazing content on not only the HERO10 Black, but also the HERO6 which we launched four years ago, of course. Why the HERO6? That’s when we launched the GP1 Processor.

We put their content side by side, showcasing the enhanced quality of the HERO10 in direct comparison with the HERO6. Oh yeah, and did we mention that those twins are professional parkour athletes?!?

Brodie and Dylan Pawson live in Brisbane, Australia, and have been using GoPro cameras for years to help capture their incredible feats and share with their combined Instagram following of over 500,000 people, and more than 10 million on TikTok!

We asked Brodie and Dylan to design a parkour itinerary on Queensland’s infamous Gold Coast, incorporating the golden sand of Surfers Paradise and an urban setting which enabled them to test their wares and capture some incredible footage.

“The GoPro HERO10 Black, with new Hypersmooth 4.0, creates such crisp footage. The GP2 chip makes it super easy to use, so much quicker and faster,” Dylan said at the end of a full-noise day of filming. “We’re super stoked with how the footage came out, we got this sick shot running along the seabreak wall, and it came out great with the lighting as well.”

Check out the twins’ awesome action on the links below, and see for yourself the difference between the HERO6 and HERO10 - and if you own both cameras yourself, why don’t you try and make your own side by side video? Be sure to submit all your antics to GoPro Awards.