GoPro Hero 4 Session Camera

Jul 6, 2015

Category: Tech

GoPro is subscribing to the notion that “smaller is better,” at least when it comes to their successful line of action cameras. The smallest and lightest offering in the stable, GoPro’s Hero 4 Session Camera is sure to be a hit among adventure enthusiasts.

Forgoing the standard rear LCD, GoPro was able to develop a tiny little action that’s also fully capable. It features a simple one button control that lets users capture 8MP photos and 1080p60, 720p100 or 1440p30 video with ease, while the accompanying GoPro app gives you complete control over your entire shooting experience. It might be smaller in size, but the brand has built the new camera to be compatible with existing GoPro mounts on the market. It’s even waterproof up to 33 feet below the surface, all without any additional housing, which results in improved audio capture. The camera also comes with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for simple sharing with friends and family. The GoPro Hero 4 Session will be released on July 12th with a $400 price tag. [Purchase]

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