GoPro launching three new Hero11 Black cameras in Aotearoa

GoPro Hero11 Black, Creator Edition and Mini launching in New Zealand from $730.
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GoPro has announced three new cameras being released in Aotearoa designed to appeal to extreme sport aficionados wanting to record themselves in action.

The Hero11 Black range offers three models: the standard, a creator edition and a Mini, which is a simpler, cheaper version.

The GoPro Hero11 Black creator edition, standard and Mini.
The GoPro Hero11 Black creator edition, standard and Mini. Photo credit: supplied

The cameras boast a larger 1/1.9-inch sensor with the widest field of view offered yet in a GoPro device. They're able to shoot 5.3K video at 60fps, or 4K at 120fps and can function as a 27MP still camera.

As for new features, footage recorded using the Hero11 Black devices can be uploaded to a cloud where it is automatically edited into a highlight reel. This function will only be available to customers who pay for a GoPro subscription, however.

There's also a new 'HyperView' ultra-wide mode and improved stabilisation with 'HyperSmooth 5.0', likely to appeal to people keen to use GoPro cameras during highly active, shaky activities.

Battery life has also been improved in the new devices, with a promise of better performance in cold temperatures and extended recording times.

The GoPro Hero11 Black standard and creator editions are available in New Zealand from today with launch pricing of just under $900 and $1300, respectively. The Mini version will be released on October 25 and launch at $729.99.

Discounted prices are offered to GoPro subscribers.