GoPro HERO4 Session

A Floating Grip, Tripod & Selfie Stick in One

The Nu Grip is a GoPro and action camera accessory that combines 4 key functions in 1: grip, selfie stick, tabletop tripod, and float. I’ve been testing it out, and here’s my take on it.

GoPro Magnetic Swivel Clip

The GoPro Magnetic Swivel Clip

The GoPro Magnetic Swivel Clip combines several different options for easily attaching your GoPro to a variety of places on the go.

GoPro Charging Cables

GoPro Charging Cable Guide

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 Float Pole

My Pick for Best GoPro Float Pole

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.

GoPro Formatting Progress Screen

GoPro Format SD Card | A How-To Guide

Formatting the GoPro’s SD card frees up space. But it also 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 LED Lights

GoPro Stealth Modes

If you’d prefer your GoPro not to draw attention to itself while filming, there are several options for making it more discreet.

GoPro HERO5 Session vs HERO Session

GoPro HERO5 Session vs HERO Session

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.

GoPro HERO4 Session

GoPro HERO4 Silver vs HERO4 Session

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.

Why Do GoPros Split Videos into Segments?

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.