The GoPro Hero4 Black is the first Hero4 model to come with an upgraded version of the Hero4’s video capture system called the Hero5 Session.
This new system takes advantage of a combination of sensors including one from GoPro’s high-end quadcopter (the Hero4), two from its flagship Hero5 Black camera, and a third from its standalone Hero5 camera.
This allows the Hero to record in 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second, up from 720p resolution.
As with the previous generation, the Hero is also capable of taking stills at 60fps, which is good for video editing, but the camera also includes a new feature called the GoPro Session, which allows it to capture video from a GoPro HERO5 Black or Hero5 Solo camera.
To capture video, the camera’s front-facing camera will record at 30 frames per minute, while the rear-facing video camera records at 20fps.
The Session also has a new mode called Capture HD, which enables the camera to capture 4K video at 30fps, 60fps and 120fps, while still retaining a 1080p/60fps video output.
In short, Capture HD is the new way to record video on the GoPro HERO4 Black.
This is particularly helpful when shooting footage with a GoPro Hero5 Camera, which has an HD camera output.
This feature is not available on all HERO4 models, but GoPro has included a special version of Capture HD with the Hero 5 Black, and the new Hero5 model now supports this feature as well.
GoPro also announced a new GoPro HERO2 Pro camera, the HERO2 Black, which also supports Capture HD.
The HERO4 and HERO4 Silver are also receiving an upgrade to the GoPro Camera API version 5.0, which adds support for the new HERO5 Session and the GoPro Audio SDK.
The new GoPro Camera SDK provides the ability to integrate GoPro’s audio and video capture technologies into GoPro’s software, including the HERO5 Camera API.
The GoPro Camera APIs are the core building blocks for the GoPro app and camera.
GoPro’s app and the cameras it creates for the consumer market are integrated into GoPro Media.
This includes video, audio, and image editing, and also video sharing via YouTube and Google+.
GoPro’s cameras are connected to GoPro’s servers via an Ethernet connection.
The addition of GoPro Camera as part of GoPro’s SDK is a significant advancement for GoPro’s camera, but we’re not expecting many new features for this update, given GoPro’s reliance on the hardware that powers its products.
GoPro is also making some new improvements to the Hero 4’s camera hardware, including a new camera-capture chip for the Hero camera.
The Hero4 Camera capture chip can record 1080p and 4K, but will be limited to 1080p at 30 fps.
The chip also supports up to 4K at 30 and 60 fps.
There are no new camera features announced for the HERO4, and GoPro’s API version is set to update to version 4.1 in June, which will allow the HERO to capture HD video.