The GoPro Hero6 was the big news to come out of GoPro's launch event yesterday, but it's not the only thing the company revealed. CEO Nick Woodman also officially launched the previously-announced and still somewhat-mysterious GoPro Fusion—the company's 360° 5.2K action camera.

The GoPro Fusion was first teased at CES in 2016 and revealed in April of this year, but other than its ability to shoot 5.2K spherical video at 30fps, we really didn't know much about it. Official release date was set for "Fall" and people mostly forgot about it... until yesterday, that is. We found out a lot more about Fusion the launch event.

In addition to that video spec, the Fusion uses its two lenses to shoot 18MP spherical photos, captures 360° sound, is waterproof to 16feet (5 meters) without any external case, and features 'gimbal-like stabilization' that is achieved using the built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass. Additional features include time lapse video and photo modes, night lapse and burst modes, voice control in 10 languages, and built-in GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth.

Here are a few video breakdowns of the different features built into the camera, like that gimbal-like stabilization and something called 'OverCapture':

The GoPro Fusion is already up for pre-order on the GoPro website. It will cost you $700 and GoPro plans to ship the Fusion later this month. Click here to find out more or pre-order yours now.