Ciblic Part II
by craigtonks in Photos and tagged Australia, Canon Cameras, Craig Tonks, Crankin Surf, Crankin Surf Photos, Dixon Park, Morgan Ciblic, Newcastle, Ocean, Surf, Surf Photography, Surfing | Leave a comment
Go Pro 4 Session
The Go Pro Hero 4 Session is another leap forward in self capture camera technology. These
days if the subject is moving, then it’s being captured on a Go Pro.
The newest in the line, the Hero Session 4 is 50% smaller and much more compact.
The biggest feature for surfers, is the fact that the waterproof case is no longer needed,
the floaty backdoor is now a surround, which means it encloses the camera instead of
just sticking to the back of it.
Another feature that will enhance the user experience is the ball joint that lets you
change the camera around without having to unclip it, which is great for in the water.
The battery is now integrated so charging is just done by a USB port and once you
turn the camera on, it’s filming so know more wondering whether you are in
film mode or not.
There is some great waves being captured by local surfers and some mind
stills in the shore breaks around town.
So getting technical, the camera shoots a still at 8MP and 1440 @ 30 frames
per second or 1080 @ 60 frames per second.
A big congratulations to Go Pro for keeping the mounts the same,
a smart move for many enthusiasts.
I’ve been a fan of the Go Pro since day one and can’t see the demand
This is some serious camera and if you thought the Go Pro range
couldn’t possibly get better, then you’d be wrong. This is a must have
piece of kit.