GoPro’s latest model provides more ways to take and share photos.
GoPro has released their latest model, the HERO4 Session, in time for Christmas. This model is 50% smaller and 40% lighter than previous models and capable of taking even better quality photographs and videos.
Features include the ability to shoot high resolution video and slow motion playback. The camera sports a built-in battery, has increased durability, and is waterproof. It also has 3 Photo Capture modes to choose from, giving users the ability to experiment and create different photos. Users can take high-resolution single photos, Time Lapse photos ranging from 0.5 to 60 seconds in length, and Burst photos at 10 frames per second (see pictures below).
This new model also comes with specially designed mounts and accessories so photos can be taken from different angles and locations. GoPro HERO4 Session can even be mounted upside down and the resulting photos will automatically correct themselves to be right side up via Auto Image Rotation.
Finally, the device has One Button Control. A single press of the on button activates the camera and begins recording video or Time Lapse photos. A second press of the button stops recording and turns off the camera.
Currently the cost for the GoPro HERO4 Session is about $389.99 CDN in stores such as BestBuy, Sport Check, and Microsoft. With the Christmas season, you can bet this will be a hot ticket item.
Courtney Rosebush is a Marketing and Sales Coordinator at Triella, a technology consulting firm specializing in providing technology audits, planning advice, project management and other CIO-related services to small and medium sized firms. Courtney can be reached at 647.426.1004 x 227. For additional articles, go to www.triella.com/publications. Triella is a VMware Professional Partner, Microsoft Certified Partner, Citrix Solution Advisor – Silver, Dell Preferred Partner, Authorized Worldox Reseller and a Kaspersky Reseller.
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