GoPro has announced the GoPro Hero 11 Black series of cameras globally. The Hero 11 Black lineup includes three cameras. Hero 11 Black, Hero 11 Black Creator Edition and Hero 11 Black Mini. All three cameras feature the latest 10-bit colour depth support larger sensor with improved video stabilization and the widest field-of-view of any GoPro Hero camera to date.
GoPro says that the three versions of Hero 11 Black cameras are aimed at meeting the different needs of users. While the Hero 11 Black is aimed at professionals and enthusiasts, the Creator Edition, the most expensive camera in the lineup, is designed to capture all-in-one content for bloggers, filmmakers, and live streamers.
GoPro Hero 11 Black: Features
The new 1/1.9-inch sensor also enables these cameras to record 5.3K resolution video at 60 fps. The cameras can also take 27-megapixel photos.
The Hero 11 Black’s new large sensor has the largest vertical field ever on a GoPro with 8:7 aspect ratio video, the ability to capture multiple shots vertically in GoPro Quik Tools, and the ability to create 9:16 vertical shots for Instagram and TikTok, as well as YouTube. There is also the ability to get more high-resolution 16:9 cinematic shots.
Additionally, the Hero 11 Black series comes with HyperSmooth 5.0 technology and a 360-degree Horizon Lock in-camera to keep footage steady. The Hero 11 Black camera also supports signature SuperView at 5.3K60fps and 4K 120fps.
Other features include three new Night Effect Time Lapse — Star Trails, Light Painting and Vehicle Light Trails, TimeWrap 3.0 and Pro modes are also available.