- GoPro Hero 4 Silver camera
- Waterproof housing
- Dual battery charger
- 16GB MicroSD card
- Camera flotation device
- Curved and flat adhesive mounts
GoPro Hero4 Silver 1080p Action Camera Bundle
Capture your most extreme adventures in vivid detail with the GoPro Hero4 Silver. The compact camera mounts easily to your helmet, bike, or board and captures smooth 1080p Full HD video at up to 60 fps or 12MP still photos.
HDTV-Worthy Home Video
Relive events in lifelike detail thanks to 1080p full-HD video recording. With the same high-definition image quality you’d see on a Blu-ray film, this camera lends a professional, cinematic quality to all of your videos.
Share Photos and Video Wirelessly
Post shots to Instagram or text video clips to friends quickly thanks to wireless connectivity. Rather than needing a USB cord, the camera can wirelessly transfer files to most smartphones and tablets for easy sharing and editing.
Ready for Any Sport
Whether your perfect weekend involves jumping from a plane or jetting down the barrel of a killer wave, the GoPro Hero4 Silver can keep up. The camera is bundled with flat and curved adhesive mounts—perfect for sticking it to a helmet or board—while a waterproof housing lets you submerge the camera in up to 131 feet of water.
- Records 1080p video @ 60fps; 1440p @ 48fps; 4K @ 15fps
- Takes 12MP photos
- SuperView wide-angle lens
- Touchscreen control panel
- WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity
- Including housing waterproof up to 131’
- Rechargeable 1160mAH lithium-ion battery pack
- Battery life: up to 100 minutes of 1080p 60fps recording with WiFi off
- Weight: 2.9oz
- Product dimensions: 41mm (H) x 59mm (W) x 29.6mm (D)
- Condition: new
If you hear the words action camera or sports camera, that might not mean much offhand, but if you hear GoPro, you know immediately what you’re about to see: exciting video, often captured from the point of view of someone skydiving, parasailing, surfing, or enjoying another extreme-sports excursion. And it all started because one man wanted a camera he could take surfing.
That man, GoPro founder Nick Woodman, started off with a 35mm camera, but he soon realized that digital was the way to go. GoPro’s first digital camera came out in 2006, and since then the itsy-bitsy cameras, which are easily mounted to helmets or bikes, have captured all sorts of events big and small. GoPro has even made it well above the Earth: Felix Baumgartner’s record-breaking 2012 skydive was recorded on several cameras, and in 2015 an astronaut from the International Space Station took one with him for a spacewalk.