GoPro just announced not one, but two new flagship action cameras: the GoPro Hero 11 and Hero 11 mini.
Both the GoPro Hero 11 and Hero 11 mini share the same 1/1.9-inch sensor with the resolution increased to 27-megapixels. It can also capture 10-bit colors and can record up to 5.3K videos at 60fps or 4K at 120fps slow-motion.
GoPro has also improved its low-light features with the inclusion of new modes: Star Trails, Vehicle Lights, and Light Paint.
What’s more, the popular HyperSmooth software stabilization gets even better with AutoBoost to help stabilize even shakier videos.
The two also come with the new HyperView Digital Lens, TimeWarp 3.0 that now captures at 5.3K, and a more straightforward control system with Easy and Pro Modes.
Plus, more importantly, they now have an Enduro battery that’s been apparently dramatically improved to handle cold and moderate temperatures and increase the battery life by up to 38%.
Now, the question is, what’s the difference between the Hero 11 and Hero 11 mini? Well, it’s all about the size. The mini is obviously smaller, although it was achieved by removing the two displays in front and back.
But other than that, they are essentially the same in features.
The new GoPro Hero 11 Black has a price of Php29,990 in the Philippines and will be available starting September 15, while the Hero 11 Black mini comes in at Php23,990 starting this November. You can get them at GoPro Authorized partners across the country.