The Hero4 Session is a camera GoPro released in 2015. It incorporated a new cubed design that almost no action camera manufacturers use. I like the camera, some people don't because of the lack of touchscreen and hard to change settings without the app. It takes 8mp photos, and the video settings I will list below:
720S (superview) 60fps
All of them have either Medium or wide angle mode. It does not have Active Video Stabilization, unlike the new GoPro fusion, which is almost a year and a half newer. The overall build quality of this camera is average for a GoPro. The only things that I would want is for the SD card cover to be actually waterproof, and for there to be a removable battery like the more expensive (and larger) cameras.
The camera is waterproof up to, or down to, 33 feet. When you take it out of the water it has a hollow, or tinny sound to the audio for 3-7 seconds, however, the video quality is very nice. All in all this is a very nice camera, for a astonishing $150 dollars.
Story by Nic Scagnoli