GoPro Hero4 Session gets even cheaper now

Looks like GoPro is really finding it hard to find the right price for which its tiny Hero4 Session should be sold. Back when it was first unveiled this July, this camera was tagged at $399.99, but that value was dropped to $299.99 in September.

And now, the GoPro Hero4 Session has started being made available at its most attractive price ever. You can buy it in exchange of $199 if you happen to be residing in the US. That’s half of the original price tag with which it had arrived on the scene.

Just like other cameras from the American company, the Hero4 Session too offers wide angle capabilities and the ability to work underwater up to 10 meters without being housed in a case. There’s sadly no support for 4K videos, as the maximum you can stretch your clips is till 1440p at 30 or 25 frames per second.

GoPro Hero4 Session

If you wish to achieve 60fps clips though, you’ll need to bring the resolution down to 1080p. As for slow motion videos, 720p resolution can be achieved at 100fps. A Timeplapse mode is present on this GoPro camera as well, aside from Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support.

The extremely small Hero4 Session camera is able to dole out 8MP still photographs with a wide FOV and 5MP stills with medium FOV. Additionally, it comes with a microSD card slot and a micro USB port, while it even grabs a tiny panel showing vital settings.

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The new GoPro Hero4 Session price has already come into effect in the United States. There has never been a better time than this to purchase this tiny $199 shooter