GoPro HERO11 Black Mini released to retail following shipping delays
GoPro's HERO11 Black Mini missed its original release date of October 25, 2022; however, it has now made it to the (online) shelves just in time for the holidays. It is an action cam with a 27MP resolution rated for up to 5.3K HyperSmooth 5.0 video with an 8:7 aspect-ratio, just like its flagship counterpart; however, it has a rear-facing accessory mount in place of a touchscreen.
The HERO11 Black Mini also foregoes stereo mics and inbuilt GPS to become a "smaller, lighter and simpler" new GoPro camera. Nevertheless, the OEM asserts that it still "built for anything" with 33-foot (ft, or ~10 meters (m)) water resistance.
The Mini also supports many up-to-date GoPro camera features, Night Effect Time Lapse presets, TimeWarp 3.0 at full resolution and Horizon Lock included. It can also send video to a subscriber's cloud, from where it can be sent to their smartphone as a highlights reel.
Nevertheless, the camera ships with a smaller 1,500mAh battery - although it does still have Enduro branding. The HERO11 Black Mini is now available direct from GoPro with subscription-added rebate options, or on Amazon for US$399.99, whereas the standard 11 Black currently costs US$449.99.