GoPro’s Hero 4 Session Camera is a Tiny, Capable Cube Dylan Duarte July 6, 2015 News The Hero 4 Session is GoPro’s smallest camera to date. It’s a cube, 1.5 inches long on each side, and it shoots 1440p video at 30 frames per second, 1080p up to 60 frames per second, and 720p up to 100 frames per second. It’s also waterproof up to 10 meters. The Hero 4 Session only has two buttons in it. The red button is for recording. Tap it to start, tap it to stop. The Session’s battery should provide two hours of continuous recording, but stopping the recording turns the camera off, which prolongs the battery life. The other button simply turns the camera’s Wi-Fi on and off. Pressing and holding the red button for 3 seconds activates a time-lapse photo mode. You can also shoot single or burst photos, but you have to adjust these settings in the GoPro app. The app is used to change various settings, as is the included Wi-Fi remote. Unlike other GoPro cameras, you won’t be changing settings on the Session itself. Making the Hero 4 Session waterproof right out of the box eliminates the need for bulky, cumbersone casing, and also improves the audio capture as its not muffled by external housing. The Hero 4 Session will be available next week for $399. Share This With The World!