- Les Shu , Digital Trends
The small Hero4 Session is GoPro’s easiest-to-use action cam, and does a pretty good job. If only it wasn’t so expensive.
- Evan Kypreos , TrustedReviews
The GoPro Hero 4 Session is a fantastic feat of engineering – it manages to do so much yet remain so small.
Smallest, lightest GoPro yet | Durable and waterproof to 33' (10m), no housing needed | Easy one-button control, power up and capture videos or photos with a single press | Professional quality up to 1440p30, 1080p60 and 720p100 video | 8MP photos with 10 fps Burst
Smallest, lightest GoPro yet | Durable and waterproof to 33' (10m), no housing needed | Easy one-button control, power up and capture videos or photos with a single press | Professional quality up to 1440p30, 1080p60 and 720p100 video | 8MP photos with 10 fps BurstLess
The Session is delivers everything your average GoPro fanatic could want from a compact version of the world’s most recognisable action camera, including professional settings, full smartphone control, and waterproofing that doesn’t rely on external housing.
You might find the camera’s lack of a removable battery a little limiting, and more attachments in the box would have been nice — but ultimately if you’re looking for a super compact GoPro, the Session will bring a smile to your face with its compact size, excellent video quality, and vastly imp... Full review
There’s a lot to like about the smallest, simplest GoPro, but its biggest hurdle is its price. At $400 it’s too cheap to appeal to casual users the same way Polaroid’s $99 Cube does, and it also costs the same as the Silver, a camera that offers more features and stronger performance (it’s also our favorite GoPro at the moment). If you won’t benefit from the Session’s compact size and rugged body, you are better off buying the Silver, even if you never use the pro features; there’s also Sony’s Action Cam Mini, which also delivers better perfor... Full review
The video may not be absolutely mind-blowing, but it’s as good as it needs to be – and the real selling point of the Session is its size and weight. Wearing a GoPro is now totally hassle-free.
It’s not cheap at £330 (and that’s without extra mounts – the head mount and QuickClip come together in a £20 set, and the chest harness is £35), but if you’re familiar with GoPros then that should come as little surprise. The company’s cameras have always been a little on the pricey side, but people have always been willing to pay be... Full review
527 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the GoPro HERO4 Session. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.2 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
9 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the GoPro HERO4 Session. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.7 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.
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