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post #1 of 3 Old 07-09-15, 00:14 Thread Starter
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Gopro hero 4 session

None of the clips in the promo vid I saw had sportbikes, but I think this could be a big deal. One of the main reasons I haven't gotten a new gopro since my generation 1 is the size. Compared to a contour, it's just in the way, on tank prohibiting getting low, on the helmet dragging wind, or just hanging off the bike, it's bulkier than necessary.

The session is basically a little cube, and has a mount to sit the cube nearly flush on a surface.

Not that I'd put forth the dough, I'm happy with the direction they went.
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I like the way they are going too. GoPro is always coming up with the next best action cam or technology. The ease of use, longer lasting battery, and versatility within the mount are a big plus. But from a few reviews I've seen the quality on the session is a bit below that of the other cameras. With that price tag quality is a big deal for me. I know I'm spoiled, a few years ago we barely had quality action cams, but standards are high these days.

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reminds me of the polaroid cube.

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