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New go pro session
Just about to come out,Worth a look I thinks if your after a camera for mounting on you for biking. idea of a very small go pro is appealing but is it worth the lower picture quality compared to the larger go pro's? Also good in a way having a built in batterie but down side is not being able to change it when it goes flat (2 hours run time). Must admit I've had the version 2 for a few years and over all been happy with it, so the idea of some thing that takes better images and is a lot smaller, with the built in blue tooth and wi-fi to control it from your phone app, does appeal to me. Have to read a few reviews first though.

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Bugger that! When the new Garmin Virb X will do so much more for £100 less!

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jonboy1066 Wrote:Bugger that! When the new Garmin Virb X will do so much more for £100 less!

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Good shout and well worth a look, lots of companies keep coming out with some good kit, wonder if any of them can knock go pro off the top spot though?
This one still comes in if anything a bit bigger than a go pro silver or black, only thing to make the session atractive over others is size and weight (if you've ever used cameras on a trail lid you'll know what I mean, full face less of feeling of a gremlin trying to yank your lid off, but still there) most other aspect it is totally inferior.
love my Gopro 4 easy to mount and easy to use.

this video was all filmed on the GoPro 4 [bbvideo=560,315][/bbvideo]

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