GoPro has introduced the new Hero11 Black series cameras in India in three different variants – Hero11 Black, Hero11 Black Mini and Hero11 Black Creator Edition. The new Hero11 lineups arrive with a larger 27MP camera sensor with 10-bit colour depth and video stabilisation capabilities.
Additionally, GoPro subscribers with any of the new Hero11 Black series cameras have access to a feature where their camera will automatically edit the footage and upload it to their GoPro cloud account and send a highlight film to their phone via the GoPro Quik app.
GoPro Hero11 Black series Price and Availability
The standard GoPro Hero11 Black is priced at Rs 51,500 and is going on sale from today. The highly-specced Hero11 Black Creator Edition will cost Rs 71,500 and will hit the market shelves in October. Hero11 Black Mini is the cheapest in the series costing Rs 41,500 in India and it will be available later in November. The new GoPro cameras will be available online and offline.
GoPro Hero11 Black features
The new 1/1.9-inch sensor employed in the GoPro Hero11 Black camera, according to GoPro, can produce over 1 billion colours in 10-bit colour footage at up to 5.3K quality and 60 frames per second. It has a 27MP camera to take pictures. The company claims to offer 64X more colours captured in 10-bit video over the 16.7 million colours in 8-bit to make it a true successor of previous GoPro cameras.
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With its 8:7 aspect ratio, users can capture more of a scene vertically and then use the GoPro Quik app to crop the video into other aspect ratios. HyperView, which gives the Hero11 Black camera the ability to record videos with a 16:9 aspect ratio, is another feature made possible by the upgraded sensor in the camera. According to GoPro, this capability is perfect for recording your own first-person perspective when bicycling, skiing, surfing, riding a motorcycle, and other comparable activities.
The new GoPro Hero11 Black is equipped with an Enduro battery that increases camera performance in cold and mild conditions and increases recording times by up to 38%. It sports a battery bump to reside it.
The Hero11 Black has GoPro’s HyperSmooth 5.0 technology, which provides an in-camera 360-degree horizon lock to maintain the footage’s stability even if your camera turns a full 360 degrees while you’re recording. Furthermore, the recently released Hero11 Black comes with an enhanced version of TimeWarp 3.0 capabilities to record films at a quality of 5.3K. The Hero11 Black Mini and the Hero11 Black Creator Edition cameras also support these features.
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GoPro Hero11 Black Creator Edition features
The Hero11 Creator Edition aims to provide perfect output for live streaming, vlogging, and filming. It has battery backup for more than four hours of 4k recording. It ships with an HDMI port for connecting to external displays, an external mic input, a high-output LED light, an optional directional microphone, and two cold shoe mounts for mounting extra devices.
GoPro Hero11 Black Mini features
The Hero11 Black Mini feature the same 1/1.9-inch sensor to offer a video output of 5.3K resolution at 60 frames per second. It is more like the standard Hero11 Black but in a smaller and compact body size. Though it misses out on some of the features of standard Hero11 which include photo capture, scheduled capture, GPS, and webcam mode. The Mini is ideal to mount upon the helmet.