5.4mm f/2.5 60d HFOV 10MP
- Filter Options
- Example Media
The 5.4mm is an optimal non-fisheye 4K lens providing a 2x narrower field of view versus a GoPro® stock lens. Perfect for use on aerial platforms as its slight extra weight will not effect gimbal balance. Due to the longer Back Focal Length of this lens it is recommended you also purchase our Supermount to hold the lens more securely than the stock lens mount. A narrower lens will cause you to capture more vibrations compared to the stock lens, so make sure to use a Neutral Density Filter to slow the camera's shutter speed and reduce image jello.
When you change the lens on the GoPro® HERO® cameras we recommend having us remove the stock lens profile software so the colors are natural (and not tinted pink around the edges). All example media shown has this lens profile removed from the camera. Don't want to worry about sending your camera in to be modified? We sell new cameras with this lens installed HERE.
Works With These Cameras (SuperMount Still Recommended For Stability):
GoPro® HERO® 4 Black and Silver
GoPro HERO® 3+ Black and Silver
Requires SuperMount HERO® Lens Mount Installed to Focus:
GoPro® HERO® 3 Black, Silver, White
Hyperfocal Focus Distance
91.3 inches (231.9cm)
Weight (Stock Lens = 5.5g)
Horizontal Field of View (HFOV)
Aperture (f Stop)
Back Focal Length (BFL)
Native Camera Sensor Support
Native Megapixel Support
Fits in GoPro Waterproof Case?
Case Mod Needed?
No (But Puts Less Pressure on Lens)
Dust Ring Included?
Filter Type Description
Visible Light RGB Filter (Recommended)
This is the filter that most cameras have to capture RGB visible color light like our eyes see. All infrared (IR) light is blocked so the colors are normal. This is the same filter that most stock/original cameras have.
Red + Infrared (NDVI) Filter
This filter captures the reflected Red (660nm) light in the sensor's red channel and the reflected Infrared (850nm) light in the sensor's blue channel. the green channel is not used. You can process the red and blue bands for NDVI by performing the calculation: NDVI = (blue - red) / (blue + red).
This lens has NO filter on it, allowing all wavelengths of light through to the sensor including Visible and Infrared light. This lens will produce an overly pink image and the colors will be washed out and dull.
12MP GoPro Photos