Have you ever wondered why GoPro Hero 11 Resolution is so important for shooting a good picture or video?

High-resolution cameras like GoPro Hero 11 allow you to easily crop or zoom in on pictures while maintaining clarity. 

In this article, you will get to know all about the GoPro Hero 11 resolutions and all the best settings for different occasions.

 

GoPro Hero 11 Resolution 


Resolution is basically how sharp or clear the picture is. It is a measurement of the number of pixels that can be contained on a display screen. The following section takes you through the different kinds of resolutions that the GoPro Hero 11 has to offer. Read on to know more.

gopro hero 11 resolution pixels

5.3K

The highest resolution that is offered by the GoPro Hero 11 Black is 5.3K. In this resolution, the camera supports frame rates of up to 60 fps. The Hero 11 allows you to shoot in SuperView, Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Leveling at 60/50 fps. You can also slow down the video by up to 2x.

Learn more about SuperView and how to turn it on in this article.

The Hero 11 features the HyperView digital lens option that allows you to capture footage at an even higher FOV at lower frame rates (30/25/24 fps) in this resolution. Its improved and larger sensor enables you to capture 10-bit video at up to 5.3K resolution @ 60fps in a square 8:7 aspect ratio for a larger FOV. Though higher resolutions mean that the battery drains out quicker.

4K

The 4K resolution in Hero 11 supports frame rates up to 120 fps which means you can shoot amazing slo-mo videos by slowing them down up to 4x. If you shoot in 4K with 120/100, 30/25, or 24 fps frame rates, you can take advantage of digital lens options, including SuperView, Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Leveling.

While shooting with 60/50 fps frame rates, you’ll be able to capture footage at a higher FOV – HyperView. 4K is the most used resolution, though is not recommended for everyday shooting as it takes up a lot of space and drains the battery quicker. 4K or higher resolutions are generally used while professional shooting or when you do not want the video quality to degrade even while zooming in or cropping the output.

2.7K

Lowering the resolution further down, Hero 11 can shoot great pictures and videos at 2.7K resolution at frame rates as high as 240 fps. You can slow videos down by up to an impressive 8x. To access digital lens options, including SuperView, Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Lock, you will have to use 120/100, or 60/50 fps frame rates in this resolution.

Whereas, with higher frame rates like 240/200 fps, you can shoot in Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Leveling. SuperView is not available for the same. You may use this resolution while shooting action videos or if you are looking to add a cinema look to your videos.

gopro hero 11 resolution

1080p

The battery usage is less and you can shoot for a longer time using the 1080p resolution also known as Full HD mode. Like the above 2.7K resolution, it also supports higher frame rates of up to 240 fps which means you’ll be able to slow videos down by up to 8x.  In this resolution, if you use 120/100, 60/50, 30/25, or 24 fps frame rates, you’ll get digital lens options, including SuperView, Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Lock.

Just like in 2.7K, at higher frame rates i.e. 240/200 fps, the available options include Wide, Linear, and Linear+Horizon Leveling. You won’t be able to capture footage in SuperView FOV. This resolution is great for day-to-day shoots.

 

Note: The 10-Bit Video is available in the following resolution/frame rate combinations only:

16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 5.3K/60/30/24fps
  • 4K/60/30/24fps
8:7 Aspect Ratio
  • 5.3K/30/24
  • 4K/60

 

Find more resolutions for all the GoPro models in the following article: What Resolution Should I Use for my GoPro? Resolutions Explained!

Useful Remarks

Reducing the resolution or frame rate of your GoPro Hero 11 footage can be an effective way to reduce the capture load on the camera, helping it run cooler and potentially avoiding overheating issues. If you’re experiencing such issues with your Hero 11, consider checking out our article on GoPro Hero 11 Overheating? (Here’s a Quick Fix) for more tips and guidance on how to address the problem.

It is worth noting, that using zoom in/out you will loose resolution, it will not be possible to film in 4k. To learn more on GoPro zoom read: GoPro Zoom: How to Zoom In/Out

 

Best Settings for Different Activities


Here are the best settings that you can use for different activities and situations:

Travel / Vlog / Documentary

gopro hero 11 resolution for traveling

 

Video Settings

  • 5.3K30, Wide Lens
  • 4K60 4:3, Wide Lens
  • 10x TimeWarp Video

Photo Settings

  • Photo, Wide Lens

 POV Shots

gopro hero 11 resolution POV

Video Settings

  • 4K60 4:3, Wide Lens
  • 4K120 4:3, Wide Lens
  • 15x TimeWarp Video

Photo Settings

  • Time Lapse Photo (2-second interval), Wide Lens
  • Burst (30/3 Rate), Wide Lens

Water

gopro hero 11 resolution underwater

Video Settings

  • 4K60, Wide Lens
  • 1080p240, Wide Lens

Photo Settings

  • Time Lapse Photo (2 or 5-second interval), Wide Lens
  • Burst (30/6 Rate), Wide Lens

Read this article to find tips for the best underwater shots.

Cinematic Shots

gopro hero 11 resolution cinematic

  • Resolution: 5.3K60
  • Lens: Wide or Linear
  • HyperSmooth: Standard

Slo-Motion Shots

gopro hero 11 resolution slow motion

  • Resolution: 4K120 / 2.7K240
  • Lens: Wide or Linear
  • HyperSmooth: Standard

Are you interested in Slow Motion? Then read this article to learn everything you need to know about it.

 

 

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I hope this guide helped you learn about the resolution of GoPro Hero 11 🙂

 

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