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GoPro HERO11 Black

£291.66(£349.99 inc. VAT)

Ultra-versatility meets maximum performance in the most powerful GoPro yet— HERO11 Black.

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    Capture. Charge. Relax. That’s all it takes to get incredible highlight videos sent to your phone automatically. Start by capturing your adventures with HERO11 Black—the most powerful GoPro yet. It features front and rear LCD screens that let you frame your shots perfectly, plus a new image sensor that unleashes the tallest and widest field of view ever on a HERO camera. The result is higher image quality, better video stabilisation and the flexibility to turn your footage into wide cinematic shots or extra-tall vertical shots for social media posts. 5.3K video and 27-MP photos help you relive your best moments in stunning detail, while Emmy Award-winning HyperSmooth 5.0 stabilisation with Horizon Lock keeps your footage straight even if your camera rotates a full 360°. After your adventure, simply plug in HERO11 Black to charge and kick back. While you’re relaxing, your footage is uploaded to the cloud, automatically turned into an amazing highlight video and sent to your phone—ready to share.

    Key Features

    • Over 1 Billion Colours
    • New HyperView Digital Lens
    • Ultra-Versatile 8:7 Aspect Ratio
    • Front + Rear LCD Screens
    • New Night Effects
    • Easy or Pro Controls
    • Customise Your GoPro with Mods
    • Power Tools – HindSight, Scheduled Capture and Duration Capture
    • Mounting Flexibility
    • Webcam + Live Streaming
    • Easy Transferring + Unlimited Cloud Backup
    • GPS Performance Stickers

    What’s In The Box

    • HERO11 Black Camera
    • Enduro Battery
    • Carrying Case
    • Curved Adhesive Mount
    • Mounting Buckle + Thumb Screw
    • USB-C Cable



    GoPro was founded in 2002 by Nick Woodman - a surfer, skier and motorsports enthusiast in search of a better way to film himself and his friends surfing. What started with a 35mm camera and a wrist strap made from old wetsuits and plastic scraps has grown into an international company that has sold over 26 million GoPro cameras in more than 100 countries.