GoPro cameras have used three different USB charging cables. Which type of charging cable you need depends on which camera you’re using. Here’s a master list.
GoPro HERO4 Session
Released in July 2015, the HERO4 Session joined the other two cameras in the HERO4 lineup: the HERO4 Black and HERO4 Silver. But it was quite different in two important respects. The HERO4 Session was the first of the GoPros to have the main camera body be waterproof, without the need to add a separate waterproof housing. And it was the first in the small cube-shaped form factor that has continued with subsequent cameras sharing the Session name.
If you’re taking your GoPro out on the water, sometimes you need something that combines flotation with extended reach. Here are some of the best GoPro float pole options.
Turning on a GoPro is usually very simple. But sometimes you can run into situations where your GoPro won’t turn on. Here are some things to try.
Formating the GoPro’s SD card gets the card ready for use and keeps the filesystem healthy and minimizes the risk of errors. Here are the various ways to do it on different GoPro models.
GoPro’s QuickCapture feature is designed as a one-press way to power the camera up and start shooting immediately. There are a few tricks to using it, though.
Wondering if you can use a 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB microSD card in your GoPro? So long as you’re using one of these GoPro models and the card is fast enough, you can.
Confused by the blue flashing light on your GoPro? There’s a simple explanation, and it’s easy to fix.
Here’s a rundown of the options for charging your GoPro depending on the model of camera you’re using.
It’s always a good idea to format the SD card in the camera. Here’s a rundown of how to do it with recent GoPro models.
The Wasabi Power Hand Grip is an external USB battery and hand grip in one. It’s a convenient way to add extra battery power to extend your GoPro filming.
Wondering what the GoPro spot meter does? Here’s an explanation what it does, how it works, and which GoPros have it.
If you’d prefer your GoPro not to draw attention to itself while filming, there are several options for making it more discreet.
They look identical from the outside. And the similarity of their model names is unnecessarily confusing. But once you dig into the features and price, there are some significant differences. Here’s how the GoPro HERO5 Session and GoPro HERO Session compare.
There are advantages to using an Arca-style quick release plate with a GoPro, and yes, such plates do in fact exist.
These aren’t your everyday run-of-the-mill GoPro selfie sticks. Each offers something unique that sets it apart.
That distinctive fisheye look isn’t always what you want. Here’s how to remove it from GoPro videos with the free GoPro Studio app.
GoPro photos have that distinctive fisheye look. But that might not be what you want all the time. Here’s an effective and quick way to remove the fisheye look using Lightroom.
While there are several areas of overlap comparing the HERO4 Silver with the Session, there are also some key differences. Here’s a detailed breakdown of how they compare in terms of features, capabilities, and performance.
The GoPro HERO4 Session is the smallest and lightest GoPro yet. Here’s how it works.
If you’re wondering why your GoPro is breaking your videos up into smaller segments, it’s not an error and you’re not doing anything wrong. It’s normal–here’s why.