Logitech Mevo Start vs. GoPro HERO10

Vlogging and streaming have never been more popular, and with popularity comes a demand for more accessible tools of the trade. Cameras have largely moved past the need to be bulky to provide good quality video; you can even get cinema-quality cameras that fit into the palm of your hand!  

The Logitech Mevo Start and the GoPro HERO10 are two of the best cameras that up-and-coming content creators can add to their repertoires. These cameras are a great place to start your journey as a content creator! 

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A Quick Comparison 

We’ll start by simply listing off the tech specs. Veteran tech junkies will likely be able to draw their own conclusions from seeing the specs listed side by side. We’ll offer a more in-depth explanation of the specs below for those who just see a bunch of numbers and letters that don’t mean anything to them yet. 


The GoPro HERO10 features a rugged, waterproof body that can withstand the elements to create impressive nature or sports videos. Unfortunately, the Logitech Mevo Start does not feature a waterproof or weatherproof body. 


The Logitech Mevo Start features a built-in f2.8 35mm lens with a 76-degree horizontal field of view. Conversely, the GoPro HERO10 features several digital lenses that apply different features to the built-in lens (of nebulous qualities).  


Both cameras take a micro-SD card. Unlike many higher-end cinema cameras, these cameras don’t require a specific write speed for the SD card to be compatible. However, a higher write speed on your SD card will ensure a good quality video.  


The Logitech Mevo Start features an Ambarella H22 Processor, while the GoPro HERO10 features GoPro’s own GP2 Processor.  

Video Quality 

Perhaps the most crucial video camera feature, the HERO10 features 5.3K60 and 4K120 video quality while recording and 1080p while streaming. Unfortunately, the Logitech Mevo Start only goes up to 1080p across the board.  


The Logitech Mevo Start is only three inches tall and weighs just eight ounces, making it a fantastic portable system. The GoPro HERO10 goes even smaller at 2.8″×2.2″×1.3″. 

Accessory Compatibility 

The GoPro HERO10 is compatible with over 30 accessories from GoPro, including a lens mounting modification. On the other hand, the Logitech Mevo Start features a built-in thread adapter to mount to tripods and stands. 

Built-In Streaming Compatibility 

Both cameras can live stream directly from the camera. The Mevo Start can stream to Facebook, Twitch, Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Vimeo, and NDI HX. It can also be used as a webcam with Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, Discord, Streamlabs, Microsoft Teams, MIMO Live, ECam, and Mmhmm. Unfortunately, the GoPro HERO10 does not feature built-in streaming compatibility. 

Video Speed and Timelapse Video 

The GoPro HERO10 features integration for video focusing on speed changes (slow-motion or double speed) and time-lapses. Unfortunately, the Logitech Mevo Start does not have any rate or timelapse options.  

A Deeper Look 

Let’s take a deeper look at those specifications and try to declare a conclusive winner between the two contenders.  


The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

It’s hard to beat a waterproof and weatherproof camera when it comes to sturdiness. Unfortunately, the Logitech Mevo Start doesn’t have any features that would allow it to compete with the HERO10’s waterproof body. 

Because the Mevo Start was built specifically for streaming, it makes sense that it lacks the durability of a GoPro. On the other hand, the HERO10 was built for action sports and outdoor recording, and the GoPro name has become synonymous with rugged durability.


The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

The GoPro HERO10 has this category on lock. Not only does the HERO10 feature several digital lenses out of the box that users can faff around with, but it’s also compatible with several other HERO10 accessories, including a lens mount that allows you to add additional lenses to your repertoire. 

While the Logitech Mevo Start’s lens is impressive, the inability to change the lens is a definite negative for this videographer. Not utilizing alternative lens settings means that the Mevo Start won’t be as versatile as the HERO10. 


The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

The Ambarella H22 is a compelling reason to purchase the Logitech Mevo Start, but it pales compared to what the GP2 is capable of. The GP2 can handle processing 5.3K video at 60 frames per second and 4K video at 120 frames per second. The H22 can only go up to 4K at 60 frames per second. 

Video Quality 

The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

Since the GoPro HERO10 can record 5.3k60 video, it’s impossible for it not to win. Unfortunately, the Mevo Start only goes up to 1080p; it’s vastly eclipsed by the absolute powerhouse that is the HERO10 in this case.

However, in a comparison of streamcams only, the video quality is pretty similar between the two devices. When it comes to streaming, the HERO10 has a cap at 1080p, so its high-end video capabilities aren’t on full display when streaming.

Photo Quality 

The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

HERO10 takes beautifully crisp photos in addition to taking stunning video.

Accessory Compatibility 

The Winner: GoPro HERO10 

This category was quite challenging to choose a winner. While the GoPro HERO10 undoubtedly features more accessory compatibility, the vast majority of accessories it’s compatible with are made by GoPro themselves. Conversely, the Mevo Start doesn’t feature as wide a breadth of accessories, but its compatible accessories aren’t limited to Logitech accessories. 

Ultimately, we chose the HERO10 for its Max Lens Mount Mod which allows it to utilize higher stabilization and new digital lenses. The HERO10 also features gels, stands, tripods, shutters, lights, and arms made by GoPro for use with the camera. 

Streaming Compatibility 

The Winner: Logitech Mevo Start 

This was a clear and decisive win for the Logitech Mevo Start, as the GoPro HERO10 doesn’t have a built-in streaming mode. Instead, the Logitech Mevo Start can stream directly from the camera to all the major streaming sites and be used as a webcam for work!  

The GoPro HERO10 can be used as an input for streaming software on your computer, but you’ll have to be home to stream. The Mevo Start allows you to stream on the go by incorporating the streaming software into the camera itself. 

Which One Is Best for Me? 

There’s no doubt that the HERO10 is a better camera overall, but that doesn’t mean that the HERO10 is always the best choice for a person. The key to which camera you want to buy depends significantly on what you want to use it. So let’s look at a couple of different uses and determine which camera is better for them. 

Sports Photography and Videography 

Since the GoPro HERO10 features integration and support for high-quality slow-mo and double-speed videos, it comes out on top for people who want to do sports photography and videography. The device’s durability is a welcome addition, too.

In-Real-Life Live Streaming 

The Logitech Mevo Start is better for “IRL” live streamers. Since the camera can act as its wifi hotspot and streams directly from the camera, you’ll be able to live stream everything you do, wherever you are with this camera. 


If you want to be able to use your camera for both photography and videography, you’ll want to choose the GoPro HERO10. Excellent video quality combined with excellent photo quality makes this an easy choice.

Ultra-High Definition 

For ultra-high-definition video, pick the GoPro HERO10. The GoPro HERO10 is a fantastic starter camera for someone looking to access ultra-high-definition video for a reasonable price. But remember that you won’t be able to stream at this resolution.

Final Thoughts 

Buying a new camera is an exciting experience, and it’s essential to get a camera with the features that suit the projects you want to use it for.

If you need a streamcam specifically, the Mevo Start is a good place to (dare I say it?) start. If you want to record outdoor and action footage at high definitions, the latest GoPro is hard to beat.

Either one of these cameras can provide excellent high-definition video in a user-friendly package.

We hope you’ve found some helpful information that makes your quest for the perfect camera easier!

Thanks for reading, and check out our other posts whenever you need a little tech help!

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