Most advanced GoPro ever
The GoPro Hero4 (In Silver or Black) features an integrated LCD touch screen for composing images and accessing the menu, and removes an LCD BacPac requirement. It has the capability to capture Full 1080p HD at up to 60 frames per second and - for even more detailed shots, there's capture 2.7K (2704 x 1520) at 30 frames per second and 4K (3840 x 2160) at 15 frames per second. In addition, there are a several of other frame rates and resolutions, including a 100 frames per second mode which is ideal for creating slow motion effects that are available in 960p and 720p. However the HERO4's capabilities don't end with video. It can also shoot 12-megapixel stills, as individual images, in intervals for stitching time-lapse movies together, or in bursts as fast as 30 photos per second - the latter providing you capture fast action at just the right moment.
For remote monitoring and operation, the camera comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, letting you connect it with a mobile device or the Smart Remote (available separately). There is also a USB port for transfering files, charging, or to connecting to the availablel 3.5mm mic adapter. Further delivering on its take-anywhere claim, the 131' Standard Housing is also included, and not only keeps the Hero4 dry, it adds an extra layer of protection from the elements. In addition to the included flat and adhesive mounts, the Hero4 is also adaptable to a wide array of mounts from GoPro and third-parties, (available separately) - with options to handle just about any scenario imaginable.
Built-In Touch Screen Display
An important addition compared to the HERO3+, the HERO4 integrates a touchscreen monitor on the back of the camera. letting you compose your shots, review previously recorded footage, and access settings. The display is responsive to both touch and swipe actions - designed to make navigation easier and more intuitive