The New GoPro Is the Smallest Yet
The 1.4-inch HERO4 Session is wearable proof that good things come in tiny, waterproof packages.
From extreme sports recording to covert spy operations, the GoPro holds myriad possibilities. Now, its utility is set to expand following the release of the new HERO4 Session — the smallest and lightest GoPro to date.
A 1.4-inch cube, the new HERO4 Session weighs just 2.6 ounces and promises to remain wearable during whatever tasks you put it through, from mountaineering to skiing. It’s also completely waterproof, eliminating any need to buy protective casing. Now, you’ve got major incentive to finally beef up your woeful surfing skills, as the waterproof camera, capable of high-resolution 1440p30 and 1080p60 video, will catch any slight stumble or poor footing. Watch your mouth too, seeing that it’s got a dual microphone system to reduce wind disturbance and enhance audio capture.
The company’s first major redesign since the 2007 launch of the original HERO, the HERO4 Session is poised to vault the GoPro into a new epoch of digitally captured badassery. It comes with a surfboard mount as well as mounting buckles, coming in at $399.99 when it hits shelves on July 12.
Further specs are available on the GoPro website.