GoPro Hero5 Session
The Hero5 Session is much improved compared to its predecessor, adding 4K and 2.7k video modes, as well as various options for frame rates and field-of-view controls. Unfortunately, the battery life isn't great, and with no way to swap in a fresh one (the battery is built in), you'll need to be prudent on long excursions.
- Shoots 4K video
- Voice commands work well
- Includes electronic image stabilization
- Moderate battery life
- Tiny display makes menu navigation difficult
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- Critic Reviews (4)
- 80AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE4 ReviewsPC Mag80GoPro Hero5 SessionWith the Hero5 Session, GoPro adds 4K video recording to an impressively tiny midrange action camera.Wired80Review: GoPro Hero5 Black and Hero5 SessionThere really aren’t too many things I can ding the Hero5 Session on. It’s just so much better than the original. It’s definitely not as good as the Hero5 Black, but it comes in a hundred bucks cheaper at $300, and it’s got that wonderful form factor.Mashable80The best thing about the new GoPros isn't the cameGoPro's latest Hero 5 action cameras up the ante with new waterproof designs, voice controls and software that'll help you create video memories easier and faster.Expert Reviews80GoPro Hero 5 Session review: Size doesnâ€™t matterThe super-portable GoPro Hero 5 Session isn’t quite the Hero 5 Black all-rounder, but is still a touch above the rest.
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