GoPro are constantly updating their range, and the Hero 4 is set to be one of the best cameras the brand has produced yet, being the smallest to hit shelves.
It will RRP at $399 and is 40% lighter than any of the firm’s previous designs, and has been met with seriously positive reviews.
The quality is outstanding, finally, with access to the memory card and Micro USB charging ports improved, and the camera cutting down on bulk as a whole. It’s ridiculously light but still capable of capturing videos in 1080p HD.
It goes without saying that the image is crystal clear and the colours are also on point.
In terms of battery life, which has been an issue for GoPro in the past, The Verge claim that it will outlast Hero 4 Black and Hero+ LCD.
For those technophobes among us, the camera is also pretty simple to use, with one button at the top to start video recording, but has to be pressed and held for three seconds to take a picture – something that may well be updated in the future.