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GoPro HERO4 Session prices in Singapore

The Go Pro Hero 4 Session is the smallest and lightest Go Pro camera that could endure with you the heaviest storms and the roughest terrains as it captures every adventure that you take. The Go Pro Hero 4 Session is the perfect partner for that extreme adventure, check out this camera right here!

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Go Pro Hero 4 Session Singapore

Go Pro Hero 4 Sessions Singapore: Simplified Action Camera

This model of the Go Pro action camera is the most compact among its action camera family. However, despite that, its features are equally good as its parent version. The Hero 4 Session is the perfect action camera for the first time users and for those who want to have one that can be operated anytime. It’s the go-to camera when you simply want to capture every moment or adventure that you take. Simply grab-and-go! Capturing precious moments need not to be complicated.

Go Pro Hero 4 Session Singapore: Waterproof and a Simple-One Button for All

The Go Pro Hero 4 Session may be smaller than the rest of the Go Pro family, but it’s made to be as rugged as the rest. No need to worry about it getting wet as it is water proof and could withstand immersion underwater up to 10-meters deep. Also, it’s the first every Go Pro camera that does not need a separate case or housing to become waterproof. On top of that, instantly capture or record an epic moment with just a single click. The single button situated at the top of the Go Pro Hero 4 Session can instantly record a video or time lapse photos automatically with just a single click.

Go Pro Hero 4 Session Singapore: Auto-Rotate Feature and Low Profile Mounting

The Hero 4 Session is a smart enough camera to determine whether it’s upside down or right side up. No matter what angle you position this to, it will automatically adjust the view correctly and capture it without looking upside down or o right-side up. Talking about positioning, you can easily tuck this in low and tight with its compatible Go Pro mounts. The Hero 4 Session comes with the most compact mounting accessories which you can easily wear or mount on almost any objects. You barely notice or feel this camera being mounted to your helmet or cap.

Go Pro Hero 4 Session Singapore: Intelligent Battery

The Go Pro Hero 4 Session is equipped with a battery that will only consume power whenever the camera is recording. The battery automatically prompts the camera to power off when you stop recording. Its battery capacity can allow you to record continuously for 2 straight hours. While it can power up the camera the entire day if usage isn’t heavy.

Expert Reviews

wired.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-07
It's a little 1.5inch cube, so it's small enough to mount just about anywhere. Little of the bulk and drag of a traditional GoPro mount. Supersimple onebutton operation. Fully waterproof without a case, even the microphones. New mounts extend usability...Less capable than other GoPro cameras. Inferior image quality in detail, dynamic range, color depth, and image noise. Too costly at $400, the same price as the much better Hero4 Silver
The new Hero4 Session, which goes on sale July 12 for $400, is a real-deal action camera from the leader in action cameras. It's waterproof without a case, and it's tiny enough that it almost disappears once you've mounted it. With all of these improvemen...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-05
GoPro is still the king of action cameras , and we're looking forward to the launch of its first drone later this year. The Hero Session is its smallest action camera – good for attaching to a drone, yes – but it has also drawn quite a bit of criticism. S...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-11
If you're going to jump out of a plane, surf some big waves or fly down a mountain on the back of a bike; I'd hazard a guess that you'll be doing it while strapped to a GoPro .The company has built a name for themselves by producing hard-wearing, high qua...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Well, problem solved. As of nnnnnnow, the price of the Hero4 Session has been dropped all the way down to $200. Thats a great deal. Aspiring filmmakers will probably still want to shell out more bucks for the better imagery of the Hero4 Silver or Black (...
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dailystar.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-10
DAVE SNELLINGWhether you're plummeting off the edge of cliff or taking a swim with razor-toothed sharks, it's likely you'll have a GroPro strapped somewhere to your body.The action cam firm has become synonymous with adventurers wanting to capture their m...
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dcrainmaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-30
I've been testing it since release, and have a pretty good handle on how it works. I've taken it (well, them actually) on multiple trips (actual vacations!) and beat the crap out of it in every way I could think of. And the results might just surprise you...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-10
By far the smallest premium action-camera, Waterproof without requiring a case, Video shows fine level of detail, Pleasin, subdued color, Convenient smartphone appRequires smartphone app for changing settings , Battery not removable, On-device controls a bit confusing
Looking at the Hero4 Session reveals just how ungainly the traditional GoPros are. Roughly a 1.5-inch black cube, the Session is sleek and easy to handle, with rubbery - textured material on the top and bottom to provide a solid grip. In practice, the Ses...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Small, lightweight, Natively waterproof up to 10 m deep (no extra housing required), Ease of use, Sturdy, reliable body, 1440p video, WiFi and Bluetooth, MicroUSB port, Supports microSD cards up to 64 GB, Mobile appBattery life (2 hours max), Battery nonremovable, No 4K, Stills in 8 Mpx only, Picture settings can only be adjusted in the app or smartremote, No integrated image stabilization, Lens not hydrophobic
Where action cams are concerned, 2015 has been the year of the cube. First there was the Polaroid Cube, which cumulated blunder after blunder, then the Rollei 500 Sunrise, which honed the concept by being able to go underwater without requiring a protecti
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titaniumgeek.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-25
GoPro are the defining company with regard to the action camera market. BUT to date their products have unashamedly put function over form. The results have been rather…visually unappealing. Boxy, brick-like cameras that are very prominent no matter where...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-19
Read the full written review here. See the footage comparison between the HERO4 Session and Silver here. Music Licensed from PremiumBeat: Futures' by Good News Tunes‘Magic Hour' by Vincent Tone'Neon Lights' by Max Brodie'Raising Awareness' by Ben BeinyHer...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-17
Small and lightweight, unobtrusive, Rugged without housing, Dual mics deliver good sound, Good video and photo quality, Compatible with existing GoPro mountsExpensive, Quality nowhere near other Hero4 cams, Limited resolution, settings options, Settings changes require smartphone app, No Protune finetuning options
For the quality of video that they shoot, GoPro cameras are amazingly small. Yet when you place a regular Hero in its protective housing and onto a mount, it can still be a bit cumbersome. So GoPro has unveiled an even smaller camera, the Hero4 Session, w...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-14
Compact, Lightweight body, Wind, reduction microphoneSlow start up, One button control can be problematic
GoPro dominates the action cam industry. In terms of extreme-sports brand recognition, it basically goes hand-in-hand with the lifestyle energy drink Redbull.And there is some justification for that reputation: the Hero cameras like the Hero4 Black are ar...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-08-11
Compact, Lightweight body, Windreduction microphoneSlow start up, One button control can be problematic
GoPro dominates the action cam industry. In terms of extreme-sports brand recognition, it basically goes hand-in-hand with the lifestyle energy drink Redbull.And there is some justification for that reputation: the Hero cameras like the Hero4 Black are...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-05
GoPro is the go-to name in action cameras. So much so that, as with Hoover and Kleenex, many people just say "GoPro” when they're talking about action cams, regardless of which company actually builds them. That's probably really annoying for the likes...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
Tiny, sturdy and waterproof, Onebutton operation, Good video and photo qualityExpensive, No screen
GoPro is the go-to name in action cameras. So much so that, as with Hoover and Kleenex, many people just say "GoPro” when they're talking about action cams, regardless of which company actually builds them.That's probably really annoying for the likes of...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
Tiny, sturdy and waterproof, Onebutton operation, Good video and photo qualityExpensive, No screen
GoPro is the go-to name in action cameras. So much so that, as with Hoover and Kleenex, many people just say "GoPro” when they're talking about action cams, regardless of which company actually builds them.That's probably really annoying for the likes of...
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cybershack.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
Great form factor, Easy to use, Solid video qualityExpensive when compared to other products in the GoPro family, No interchangeable battery, Not great in low light
Gadget manufacturers seem to be in a never ending pursuit of making their latest and greatest smaller than last year's model. Sometimes there's a genuine need for a product to be smaller, but sometimes the reduction isn't quite practical, and comes with i...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-07-31
One of the smallest and lightest action cameras around, Proficient video recording, Easy user interface, Waterproof to 10 metres without housing, Strong range of mounts that don't add much bulk to its sizeNo stillphoto mode directly from the camera, Can accidentally activate the wrong mode, Expensive
Ordinary cameras can't capture some of our proudest moments. Most can't withstand droplets of water, icy temperatures or sandy environments. They can't follow us into the action. And this is why GoPro's range has spawned a following of loyal, diehard fans...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-30
GoPro has taken the world by storm with its tiny action cams that let you capture the action without having to carry around huge cameras, and now the company's downsizing its wares. Meet the GoPro Hero4 Session, the tiniest camera in the range that makes...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-25
Marques Brownlee has published his review of the GoPro HERO4 Session and addresses some important features and concerns about the new cube-shaped camera. You can see the review in the video above.The HERO4 Session captures 1080/60p video, as well as the t...
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Display

Built-in display

Weight & dimensions

Weight

74 g

Technical details

Colour of product

Black

Bluetooth
Audio recording formats

AAC

Networking

Wi-Fi

Video

HD type

Full HD

Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1440 pixels

Video resolutions

848 x 480,1280 x 720,1280 x 960,1920 x 1080,1920 x 1440 pixels

Video formats supported

H.264, MP4

Supported video modes

1080p, 1440p, 720p, 960p

Maximum frame rate

120 fps

Storage

Storage media

Memory card

Compatible memory cards

MicroSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

64 GB

GPS Performance

GPS (satellite)

Image sensor

Total megapixels

8 MP

Still image

Photo mode
Image formats supported

JPG

Maximum image resolution

3264 x 2448 pixels

Still image resolution(s)

3264 x 24482720 x 2040

Continuous shooting mode

Battery

Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery capacity

1030 mAh

Battery voltage

3.8 V

Battery capacity (Watt hours)

3.23 Wh

Video recording time

2 h