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To download this user manual in a different language visit. gopro com support, Pour t l charger ce manuel de l utilisateur dans une autre langue. rendez vous sur gopro com support, Wenn Sie dieses Benutzerhandbuch in einer anderen Sprache. Join the GoPro Movement herunterladen m chten besuchen Sie gopro com support. Per scaricare questo manuale utente in un altra lingua visita. gopro com support, facebook com GoPro youtube com GoPro. Para descargar este manual de usuario en otro idioma visite. gopro com support, Para baixar este manual do usu rio em outro idioma acesse. twitter com GoPro instagram com GoPro, gopro com support.
gopro com support, gopro com support, gopro com support. Table of Contents Table of Contents, The Basics 6 Using the Mounts 84. Getting Started 8 Frequently Asked Questions 87, Camera Displays 14 Customer Support 89. Camera Icons 18 Trademarks 89, Camera Menus 20 Regulatory Information 89. Camera Modes 22, Navigating Settings Menus 23, Video Mode 25.
Photo Mode 36, Multi Shot Mode 43, Playback Mode 52. Setup Mode 56, Connecting to the GoPro App 64, Transferring Files to a Computer 65. Protune 66, Battery 72, Important Messages 77, Camera Housing 79. The Basics The Basics, 1 Camera Status Light red 7 microSD Card Slot 10 Microphone. 2 Shutter Select Button microSD card not included 11 HERO Port. 3 Wireless Status Light blue 8 Mini USB Port 12 Touch Display. 4 Camera Status Screen supports composite A C 13 Touch Display Sleep Wake. 5 Power Mode Button cable 3 5mm stereo mic Button, adapter not included 14 Settings Tag Button.
6 Micro HDMI Port, cable not included 9 Audio Alert 15 Battery Door. Getting Started Getting Started, CHARGING THE BATTERY 4 Charge the battery by connecting the camera to a computer or. 1 Slim housing remove camera, Remove the camera from its housing Slim housing insert camera. other USB charging adapter using the included USB cable The. camera status light turns on during charging and turns off when. charging is complete, NOTICE Using a wall charger other than a GoPro Wall Charger can. damage the GoPro battery Only use chargers marked output 5V. 1A If you do not know the voltage and current of your charger use. 2 Remove the camera side door and insert a microSD card sold the included USB cable to charge the camera from your computer. separately The card must have a Class 10 or UHS 1 rating and. a capacity up to 64GB Visit gopro com support for the list of When charging with a computer be sure that the computer is. recommended SD cards connected to a power source If the camera status light does not. turn on use a different USB port, The included lithium ion battery comes partially charged No damage.
occurs to the camera or battery if used prior to a full charge. PRO TIP With the Dual Battery Charger you can charge your battery. outside of the camera For details visit gopro com, pen the bottom door insert the battery and then close the. bottom door For more battery information see Battery. WARNING Use caution when using your GoPro as part of your. active lifestyle Always be aware of your surroundings to avoid. injury to yourself and others Abide by all local laws when using. your GoPro and related mounts and accessories, Getting Started Getting Started. CAMERA SOFTWARE UPDATES, To get the latest features and best performance from your HERO4. camera make sure you are using the most current camera software. You can update your camera software via the GoPro App or GoPro. software For more information visit gopro com getstarted. CAMERA DEFAULT SETTINGS, The HERO4 Silver camera powers up with the following default settings. Video 1080p30 SuperView POWERING ON OFF, To Power On.
Photo 12MP Wide Field of View FOV, Press the Power Mode button once The camera status lights. Multi Shot Burst option set to 30 photos in 1 second red flash three times and the sound indicator emits three beeps When. the camera status screen displays information your camera is on. QuikCapture Off, To Power Off, Wireless Off, Press and hold the Power Mode button for two seconds The. PRO TIP To open the settings menu for the current mode swipe up camera status lights red flash several times and the sound indicator. on the touch display or press the Settings Tag button emits seven beeps. PRO TIP When the camera is off and QuikCapture is enabled you can. turn the camera on and immediately begin capturing video or Time. Lapse photos just by pressing the Shutter Select button Press. once for video press and hold for Time Lapse photos Press again to. stop recording and power off the camera For details see QuikCapture. in Setup Mode, Getting Started Getting Started, INSERTING REMOVING MICROSD CARDS To Remove the microSD Card. The HERO4 Silver camera is compatible with 4GB 8GB 16GB 32GB Place your fingernail against. and 64GB capacity microSD microSDHC and microSDXC memory the edge of the memory card. cards sold separately You must use a microSD card with a Class and lightly press it further into. 10 or a UHS 1 rating For a list of the recommended SD cards the camera. visit gopro com support GoPro recommends using brand name. The card springs out far enough, memory cards for maximum reliability in high vibration activities. to be removed, To Insert the microSD Card, NOTICE Use care when handling memory cards Avoid liquids dust.
Slide the memory card into the, and debris As a precaution power off the camera before inserting. card slot with the label facing, or removing the card Check manufacturer guidelines regarding use. the front of the camera, in acceptable temperature ranges. When fully inserted the card, clicks into place, Camera Displays Camera Displays. Your HERO4 Silver features a status screen on the front of the camera TOUCH DISPLAY. and a larger touch display on the back The integrated touch display on the back of the camera lets you control. your camera and its settings and preview and play back videos and. CAMERA STATUS SCREEN, photos You can also use it as a viewfinder so you can see what your.
The camera status screen on the front of the camera displays the. camera sees for easy shot framing, following information about modes and settings. 1 Camera Modes FOV Turning the Touch Display On Off. field of view The touch display automatically turns on off when you power the. 2 Camera Settings camera on off, 3 Resolution fps, frames per second PRO TIP To conserve battery power while your camera is on press. the Touch Display Sleep Wake button to dim your screen when. it is not in use, 5 Number of Files Captured, 6 Time Storage Files. 7 Wireless, 8 Battery Life, Note The icons that appear on the camera status screen vary by mode. Camera Displays Camera Displays, Swipe left right Double tap Tap Press hold Swi.
Use these gestures toPress, navigate the touch display. om Swipe left for 3 sec Slide down and hold Swipe down Swipe Left Right. ge Swipe up down, Display gallery images Playback mode. Swipe left right Double tap Tap Press hold Swipe from left edge S. Swipe Left, Display camera modes, Swipe up from Swipe left Press for 3 sec Slide down and hold Swipe down Double Tap. bottom edge Swipe up down, Change FOV in preview mode. Swipe up from Swipe left Press for 3 sec Slide down and hold Swipe down. Swipe Up from Bottom Edge bottom edge, Open the settings menu for the current mode.
Press for Two Seconds, ttom Swipe up down, Lock the touch display Lock setting must be on. Swipe Up Down, Move through settings lists, p Tap Press hold Swipe from left edge Swipe from top bottom Swipe up down. Select an item turn a setting on off, hold Swipe down. Swipe up down, Swipe Down from Top Edge, Close the settings menu. Camera Icons Camera Icons, Auto Low Light LEDs Sharpness.
Auto Off Looping Shutter, Beeps Megapixels Single Photo. Burst Photos Multi Shot Mode Spot Meter, Color Night Lapse Time Lapse. Continuous Photos Night Photo Touch Display, Date Time On Screen Display Video. Default Mode Orientation Video Photo, Delete Photo Mode Video Format. Exposure Value Playback Mode Video Mode, Compensation.
Protune Video Resolution, Field of View, QuikCapture White Balance. Frames Per Second, Rate Wireless, Setup Mode, Camera Menus Camera Menus. Camera Modes Navigating Settings Menus, The HERO4 Silver features several camera modes Swipe left on the Each camera mode has its own settings menu With your HERO4. touch display or press the Power Mode button repeatedly to Silver you can navigate the settings menus using the touch display or. cycle through the modes the buttons on the camera, These modes appear TO NAVIGATE WITH THE TOUCH DISPLAY. 1 Verify that the camera is in the desired camera mode If an icon. Video Record video, for that mode does not appear in the upper left corner of the touch.
Photo Capture a single photo display swipe left and then tap the mode. Capture a series of photos, Multi Shot, Time Lapse Burst etc. Playback Play back videos and photos, Setup Adjust general camera settings 2 From the bottom of the screen swipe up to open the settings. menu for that mode, 3 Swipe up or down to scroll through the settings for that mode. 4 Tap and swipe as needed to select a new option for the setting. 5 To exit the settings menu swipe down from the top of the screen. tap Exit or press the Settings Tag button, Navigating Settings Menus Video Mode. TO NAVIGATE WITH THE CAMERA BUTTONS Video mode contains three capture modes Video Video Photo and. 1 Verify that the camera is in the desired camera mode If an icon for Video Looping. that mode does not appear on the camera status screen press the. Capture Mode Description, Power Mode button repeatedly until it appears.
2 Press the Settings Tag button to open the settings menu for Video default Captures video. that mode Simultaneously captures both video and, 3 Use the Power Mode button to cycle through the settings photos You can set the camera to capture a. Video Photo photo at selected intervals while you record. video For details see Video Photo Intervals, in this section. Lets you continuously record and save only, the best moments which helps to conserve. 4 Press the Shutter Select button to cycle through the options Looping. space on your microSD card Looping is, within a setting To select an option leave the option highlighted available only if Protune is turned off. when you move to another screen, PRO TIP Easily create epic GoPro style videos using free.
GoPro software Learn more and download this software at. gopro com getstarted, 5 To go back to the previous screen or exit the settings menu press. the Settings Tag button, Video Mode Video Mode, CAPTURING VIDEO. 1 Swipe left to display the camera modes and then tap the upper left. icon Video mode, 2 If necessary select a different video capture mode Video Video. Photo or Video Looping, a Swipe up to open the settings menu. b Tap Mode and then tap the desired capture mode, c Swipe down to close the settings menu The icon for the.
selected capture mode appears in the upper left on your HILIGHT TAGGING. camera displays You can mark specific moments in your video as they happen with. 3 Press the Shutter Select button The camera beeps once HiLight Tags HiLight Tags make it easy to find the best highlights. and the camera status lights flash while the camera is recording to share. 4 To stop capturing press the Shutter Select button The You can add tags with your camera the GoPro App or the Smart. camera status lights flash three times and the camera beeps Remote sold separately Tags are visible during playback in the. three times GoPro App or GoPro software, If the memory card is full or the battery is out of power your camera. automatically stops recording Your video is saved before the camera PRO TIP In the app tap the screen during playback to display the. powers off HiLight Tags on the progress bar, To Add a HiLight Tag with Your Camera. PRO TIP When the camera is off and QuikCapture is enabled you While recording video press the Settings Tag button. can turn the camera on and immediately begin capturing video just. by pressing the Shutter Select button Press again to stop. recording and power off the camera For details see Setup Mode. Video Mode Video Mode, VIDEO SETTINGS Looping Intervals. Three capture modes are available for Video mode Video Video Available intervals for Looping are 5 20 60 and 120 minutes For. Photo and Video Looping The capture mode that you select example if you select a 5 minute interval only the previous 5 minutes. determines the Video settings that appear in the rest of the menu is saved when you stop recording If you record for 5 minutes and do. not press the Shutter Select button to stop recording and save. For instructions on how to change the following settings see. the camera begins a new 5 minute interval by recording over your. Navigating Settings Menus, previous 5 minutes of footage. PRO TIP To open the settings menu for the current mode swipe up You can also select max video as the interval With this option the camera. on the touch display or press the Settings Tag button records until the memory card is full then overwrites the content. Note To use Looping be sure that your microSD card has sufficient space. PRO TIP Multiple chapter files are written to your memory card. occurs to the camera or battery if used prior to a full charge PRO TIP With the Dual Battery Charger you can charge your battery outside of the camera For details visit gopro com For more battery information see Battery WARNING Use caution when using your GoPro as part of your active lifestyle Always be aware of your surroundings to

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