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HERO3+ Silver Edition


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exFAT Computer Compatibility

If your computer tells you to format your 64 GB MicroSD card every time you connect it to your computer, but your computer won’t actually let you format the card, this means that either the card is defective or your computer doesn’t support the exFAT file system. It’s standard practice for SD card manufacturers to format 64 GB MicroSD cards to exFAT. The HERO3 also formats 64 GB MicroSD cards to exFAT. exFAT is supported by the following operating systems: Windows XP after you install the Microsoft update here. Windows Vista with... Read More »

Using the Camera While Charging

You can simultaneously charge and record with the HD HERO Original, HD HERO2, HERO3, or HERO3+ cameras.  To do this, you can use the supplied USB cable.  Use that to connect your camera to a USB wall charger or auto charger that outputs 5V and 1A.  You cannot record while the camera is connected to a computer.  

Continuous Photo Mode Information

Continuous Photo mode allows you to capture a series of Photos continuously while holding down the Shutter button until you release the shutter button, or until the camera has taken 30 photos. With the Black Edition, Continuous Photos can be taken in the following: 3 photos every 1 second (3 SPS) 5 photos every 1 second (5 SPS) 10 photos every 1 second (10 SPS) Note: Your camera will remain in the Continuous Photo mode until you return it to the Single photo capture setting option. Also note: Once the camera has reached 30 photos - in... Read More »

How to Prevent Wind Noise on Videos

If you find that you are picking up too much wind noise in your recording, there are several things you can do to minimize this: When you don't need the camera to be waterproof and are traveling under 100MPH, you can use the open back housing door.  This will allow for more of the engine or exhaust noise to be picked up by the microphone, and override the wind noise. Mount the camera in a location that is exposed to the wind as little as possible.  Placing the camera right in... Read More »

Wi-Fi Range

Wi-Fi Remote Range: The Wi-Fi Remote can control cameras up to 600 feet away under optimal conditions. GoPro App Range: This depends on the smartphone/tablet device that is being used. Contact your device's manufacturer to find out information on Wi-Fi capability for your particular device.  

What Video Format do GoPro Cameras Record in?

All HERO3 and HERO3+ cameras record video using the h.264 codec and the MP4 file type.

How to Clean the Camera Lens

All of the cameras’ lenses are cleaned before they leave the factory.  Sometimes a thin purple film can be seen on the lens.  If this occurs, it just means that our cleaning solution wasn’t wiped off all the way. There’s an easy way to remove it. Breathing gently on the lens to fog it up and then wiping with a gentle cloth is the most affective way to clean the lens.  Repeat until clean. We recommend against using a cleaning solution.  If you use a cleaning solution, you run the risk... Read More »

HERO3 and HERO3+ Wrist Housing Video Tutorial

Check out this tutorial video on how to use the HERO3 and HERO3+ Wrist Housing. 

The File Repair Icon is Displayed on the Camera

If you see a picture of a bicycle and a plus sign (+) on your camera’s screen, that’s the file repair icon.  This means that your file was corrupted during filming for some reason.  While the icon is showing on the screen, press ANY BUTTON on the camera, and the camera will repair the file. While the camera is attempting to recover the file, the icon will blink repeatedly. Once completed, the camera’s screen will revert to the normal file counter display. Here are some ways you can prevent file corruption... 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 »