GoPro Is Back With the New Tinier GoPro Hero4 Session
GoPro, the company well known for making incredible cameras for adventure and sports terrain, has unleashed their newest and the smallest beast yet, the GoPro Hero4 Session. After a gap of 9 years, this new camera is the first significant redesign of the company’s omnipresent camera since the first Digital Hero launched in 2007.
The Hero4 Session is the tiniest GoPro yet. It is a one and a half inch cube and weighs just 0.07kg. That is more or less half the weight of an iPhone 6. And users will not need to carry around several cases to use the camera. It is waterproof up to 33 feet. This is part of the company’s endeavors to reduce the amount of stuff needed to use a GoPro camera. The California-based company said the camera is easier to use, because it has one button to put the camera on and begin recording.
Other specs and features of the camera include 8MP photos (in single, burst, and time-lapse modes), 1080p60/720p100/1440p30 video recording, a dual microphone system, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, SuperView, Protune, and Auto Low Light.
GoPro is placing the Hero4 Session as a camera for users who want something smaller than the Hero4 Silver or Black, but who don’t want to give up much when it comes to features.
While it weighs less, the new camera hasn’t flinched at the price: The Hero4 Session will distribute from 12th July and will be priced at $399.99, about the same price as previous models.