Massive Black Friday savings across the GoPro camera range
GoPro’s Black Friday deals event has arrived. The action camera brand is currently offering 15% off everything on its website: this means you can save over £100 off the newest flagship model, the Hero 11 Black, and nearly £150 off the previous iteration, the Hero 10 Black.
The biggest discounts come from bundling a camera with a one-year £50 GoPro subscription, unlocking savings that further drop the overall price of your purchase.
Bundled with a one-year GoPro subscription, you can bag the Hero 11 Black for just £348, down from £450; the Hero 11 Black Mini for £262, down from £400; and the Hero 11 Black Creator Edition for just £500, down from £700.
With a GoPro Subscription, the Hero 10 Black can be yours for just £305, down from £450, while the Hero 9 Black is available for £262, down from £380.
The hefty savings also extend to GoPro’s camera-plus-accessories bundles. You can save over £50 on the Hero 11 with accessories and £35 on the Hero 11 Black Mini with accessories. The goodies in the Accessories Bundle vary from camera to camera, including The Handler floating waterproof grip and Chesty, the flexible hands-free chest mount. The full details of each enticing bundle are listed on the website.
For a more detailed look at the savings on offer, check out our dedicated GoPro deals page.
The GoPro Hero 11 Black is the firm’s most versatile flagship yet, picking up five stars in our full-length GoPro Hero 11 Black review and topping our Best Action Camera roundup. Highlights include an all-new sensor with support for 8:7 aspect ratio video and GoPro’s latest and greatest video stabilisation tech.
The Hero 10 Black may have been supplanted by the new Hero 11 but it’s still an incredibly capable camera. It was also awarded five stars in our full-length GoPro Hero 10 Black review and boasts 5K recording, front and rear colour displays, and HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilisation.
If your budget can’t quite stretch to the top of the line Hero cameras, then the older Hero 9 Black is still well worth considering. With the ability to film in 5K at 30fps and 4K at up to 60fps it’s likely to offer more than enough for casual users.
A GoPro subscription, meanwhile, provides a slew of other benefits beyond these immediate savings, including unlimited cloud backup and no-questions-asked replacement for up to two cameras a year.