The Basics
  • Capturing Video
  • Capturing Photos
Learn More
  • Settings for Your Activities
  • Other Capture Modes
  • QuikCapture
  • Voice Control
  • Mounting Tips
  • Reviewing Your Content
  • Featured Settings
  • Camera Updates
  • Maintenance
For more details, see the user manual at gopro.com/help.
The Basics
Capturing Video

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Capturing Photos

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Learn More
Settings for Your Activities
Other Capture Modes

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QuikCapture

QuikCapture lets you start capturing video or time lapse photos with the press of a button. The camera automatically powers off when you stop recording. So, using this feature is a great way to save battery life.

 

Capturing Video

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Capturing Time Lapse Photos

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Voice Control

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Mounting Tips
Reviewing Your Content

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Featured Settings

Zoom

Zoom is available for all video and photo capture modes. Zoom is not available for SuperView FOV.

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High Dynamic Range (HDR)

HIgh Dynamic Range (HDR) retains a greater level of detail and color in a photo. It's best for still shots, landscapes, and images with shadows and bright areas.

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Faster Offload Speed

By default, your GoPro uses the 5GHz Wi-Fi band to connect to other devices. This band provides the fastest transfer speed when you offload your video and photos to your phone or computer.

To use the 5GHz band, your phone or other device must also work with that band. If you don't have a compatible device, you can change the Wi-Fi band on your GoPro to 2.4GHz.

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You can power on your camera using a voice command. When you turn on Wake on Voice, your camera listens for voice commands for 8 hours.

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Voice Commands

"GoPro Turn On" or 

"GoPro Start Recording"

Camera Updates
Maintenance
For more details, see the user manual at gopro.com/help.