Wondering what the LRV and THM files are that appear when you shoot GoPro videos? Here’s what they do.
GoPro HERO5 Session
Released at the beginning of October 2016, the GoPro HERO5 Session keeps the small cube profile of the HERO4 Session but improves on its features and capabilities. It is GoPro's midlevel offering, falling between the GoPro HERO5 Black and the HERO Session (the new name of the HERO4 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.
There are advantages to using an Arca-style quick release plate with a GoPro, and yes, such plates do in fact exist.
If you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary run-of-the-mill GoPro stick, here are some that offer something more.
A rundown of the various video modes available on the new GoPro HERO5 Session.
The GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session look very different, but there are also important differences under the hood. Here’s a detailed comparison.
A headline feature of the new GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session is the addition of built-in video stabilization. So I’ve put it to the test. Here are the results.
The GoPro HERO5 cameras have a new in-camera feature for something you could only do in post-production before: correcting fisheye in photos and videos.
If you’re looking to improve the sound quality of your GoPro videos, using an external mic will make a big difference. Here’s a rundown of what mics will work with which GoPro.
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.