The HERO4 Session records video at 1440/30p, 1080/60p, and 720/100p, and is able to take 8MP still images in single, burst, and time lapse modes. Many of the HERO4 Black and Silver cameras' features are included with the HERO4 Session, such as SuperView and Auto Low Light.
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|Video Resolution||Frames per Second (fps)||Field of View |
|1440p||30, 25||Ultra Wide||1920 x 1440|
|1080p||60, 50, 30, 25||Ultra Wide, Medium||1920 x 1080|
|1080p SuperView||48, 30, 25||Ultra Wide||1920 x 1080|
|960p||60, 50, 30, 25||Ultra Wide||1280 x 960|
|720p||100, 60, 50, 30, 25||Ultra Wide, Medium||1280 x 720|
|720p SuperView||60, 50, 30, 25||Ultra Wide||1280 x 720|
|WVGA||120, 100||Ultra Wide||848 x 480|
Records a continuous video loop that overwrites itself until you press the shutter button to stop it and save.
SuperView captures a tall perspective (4:3), which allows you to capture more of yourself and your surroundings in the shot. The content is then dynamically stretched to a wide perspective (16:9) for full, immersive widescreen playback.
H.264 codec, .mp4 file format
Automatically adjusts frame rates according to lighting conditions for enhanced low-light performance. Frame rates are adjusted in medium- and low-light conditions. Playback occurs at the selected resolution and frame rate.
|Resolution||Field of View (FOV)||Screen Resolution|
|8MP (Default)||Wide||3264 x 2448|
|5MP||Medium||2720 x 2040|
Captures up to 10 photos in 1 second—perfect for fast-action photography.
3 photos/1 second
5 photos/1 second
10 photos/1 second (Default)
10 photos/2 seconds
Automatically captures a series of photos at timed intervals. Ideal for capturing photos when the camera is out of reach.
0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30 and 60 seconds
Protune unlocks the camera’s full potential, delivering cinema-caliber video optimized for professional productions and advanced manual control. Flex your creativity with customizable settings for ISO Limit and Sharpness—and enjoy the manual control of your GoPro camera.
ISO Limit adjusts the camera’s sensitivity in low-light environments, and creates a balance between brightness and resulting image noise. Image noise refers to the degree of graininess in the image.
|Setting||Resulting Video Quality|
|1600 (Default)||Moderately bright video in low light, moderate image noise|
|400||Darker video in low light, reduced image noise|
Sharpness controls the sharpness of your video footage.
|Setting||Resulting Video Quality|
|On (Default)||Moderately sharp video|
|Off||Softer video that allows for more flexibility in post-production|
Spot Meter is good for filming into a setting where the lighting is different from where you are, such as filming the outdoors from within a car or filming a shaded environment while standing in the sun. Spot Meter automatically sets the exposure based on a single spot in the middle of the image.
The chart below indicates the approximate continuous recording time (hr:min) you can expect when shooting in various video modes using a fully charged battery.1
|With Wi-Fi Off||With Wi-Fi On + Using Wi-Fi Remote||With Wi-Fi On + Using GoPro App|
|Video Mode||Estimated Time||Estimated Time||Estimated Time|
1 Actual performance may vary based on settings, environmental conditions and other factors. Maximum battery capacity will normally decrease with time and use.
Use the GoPro App to access all modes and adjust settings, and preview and play back videos and photos.
Use the included USB cable to transfer files to a computer. Use GoPro Studio to play back videos and photos.
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