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Hot and Cold Operating Temperatures for the HD HERO Original

We do not have any official extreme temperature ratings for the camera.In colder temperatures, the main concern is reduced battery life.  The HD HERO does generate heat during operation to help keep the battery pack from getting too cold and therefore helps to minimize the reduction in run times.  The HD camera does include a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack, which is the type to hold up best in cold temps.  In hot temperatures, the HD HERO cameras will automatically shut off if operational temperatures exceed 125 F.  

HERO3 and HD HERO2 Resolutions Supported by GoPro App Preview (iOS and Android OS)

The following chart shows the supported video resolutions for video preview in the GoPro App. *If preview doesn't start using 960p, try using a different resolution such as: 1080p or 720p

HD HERO2 Camera and Accessories Weight

The HD HERO2 camera weight is broken down as follows: Camera & Battery = 3.5 oz Camera, Battery, & Housing = 6.7 oz Camera, Battery, Housing, & LCD BacPac = 8.1 oz Camera, Battery, Housing, & Battery BacPac = 8.6 oz

Updating Camera Software for GoPro App Compatibility

In order to use the new features in the latest GoPro App update, it is requires to update your GoPro camera software. If you do not update your camera software you will get a message within the GoPro App that states: "Firmware Update Required". For information on how to update your firmware, see the following FAQs: HERO3 instructions HD HERO2 instructions

Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver Installation - Windows 8

This article describes the process to properly install the device driver for the Wifi BacPac in Windows 8.  If you connect a powered on Wi-Fi BacPac and GoPro Studio does not show it in the Device Window, this article applies to you. Step 1- Turn off User Account Control (UAC) Instructions for Windows 7  Instructions for Windows Vista   Step 2 - Confirm that the Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver is successfully installed on your computer To check if the Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver is successfully installed, follow the below steps: Click... Read More »

How to Prevent Waves or Distortion in Videos

If you are experiencing this wavy or distorted footage when using your GoPro during an activity where there is a large amount of vibration, it is most likely that a vibration is being emitted which is actually reaching the camera's sensor and causing the waviness. Depending on where and how you have your camera placed, there are a number of things you can do.  For example, when placed on a roll bar, add a strip of rubber (i.e. from a bike inner tube) to dampen the vibration.  With the curved or... Read More »

How to Change the Default Start-up Mode on the HD HERO2 Camera

The HD HERO2 has a setting that lets you change the default start-up mode. By default, the HD HERO2 starts up in Video mode.  You can set the camera to start up in Video or Time-lapse mode. Steps: Enter into the camera's settings menu by pressing the power/mode button to cycle through to the wrench picture.  The wrench represents the settings menu.  Press the shutter button to enter into the settings menu.  Press the power/mode button until you see MODE on the LCD screen.  This is where you can change the default... Read More »

LCD BacPac Black Screen with HD HERO2

If you are unable to power on the LCD BacPac with your HD HERO2 and a fully charged battery, then unfortunately there could be a communication failure between the camera and BacPac.  We have recently discovered a fault in the camera's firmware that can cause this issue, and have released a firmware update to allow the camera to repair the LCD.  This latest firmware update will also enable 3D functionality with two HD HERO2 cameras and our 3D HERO system.To go ahead and repair your LCD BacPac, please follow the below... Read More »

HD HERO2 Camera HDMI Cable Type

The HD HERO2 camera has the ability to live feed or playback recorded files to a television, or monitor via a 1.3a HDMI cable, with a Type C connection (mini HDMI) to Type A (standard HDMI) connection.    *HDMI cable is not included in the HD HERO2 Edition packages

Memory Card Won't Click In

You may not be inserting the SD card in far enough for it to properly lock into place.  Use a fingernail or the side of a coin to push the card in past flush until you hear a clicking sound.  Here is a quick instructional on correct insertion and removal of the card: You want to look at the camera with the lens facing up and 'HERO' logo on the bottom right... Insert the memory card with the metal contacts going into the slot first and away from you.  In other... Read More »