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Inon Confirms Compatibility of GoPro Accessories with Both HERO9 and HERO10
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, October 1, 2021 @ 08:30 AM (EST)

Left: UFL-G140 SD semi-fisheye lens on HERO10. Right: UCL-G165 SD wide close-up lens on HERO10
 

When GoPro unveiled the HERO10 in mid-September, there was plenty to get excited about: new processor, new sensor, doubled frame rates, and higher-res frame grabs. But the best part was that the body was externally unchanged—apart from the cool new blue lettering—so accessories designed for the previous model would also fit.

Now Inon has officially confirmed that this is indeed the case for its accessories: The company’s recently released SD Front Mask and M67 Filter Adapter for the HERO9 are also compatible with the new HERO10. While the Filter Adapter allows you to use Inon’s UW Variable Red Filter, the SD Front Mask makes it possible to quickly and easily mount Inon’s semi-fisheye (UFL-G140 SD) and wide close-up (UCL-G165 SD) wet lenses.

Available from Backscatter, the SD Front Mask is $70 and the M67 Filter Adapter costs $90, while the UCL-G165 SD and UFL-G140 SD are priced at $220 and $380, respectively.

SD Front Mask for HERO9 on HERO10
 



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