The Hero4 Session is GoPro’s smallest camera. It’s a little, unibody cube that’s waterproof on its own and is even more versatile in the ways it can be mounted thanks to its lightness, its shape, and its size. We liked it a lot when we tested it , but there was a problem: At $400 it was the same price as the Hero4 Silver, which had a higher-quality image sensor and was simply a much better camera.

GoPro’s Hero4 Session Just Finally Became a Solid Buy 

The Hero4 Session is GoPro’s smallest camera. It’s a little, unibody cube that’s waterproof on its own and is even more versatile in the ways it can be mounted thanks to its lightness, its shape, and its size. We liked it a lot when we tested it , but there was a problem: At $400 it was the same price as the Hero4 Silver, which had a higher-quality image sensor and was simply a much better camera.

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