Record your adventures with our GoPro Hero 5. The Hero 5 has a 12mp camera, the ability to shoot video in 4K or 1080p, a touch screen, voice-activated commands, water-resistance up to 33 feet, and an app that allows you to transfer footage to your smartphone. Our GoPro kit includes a floating hand grip, head strap, chest strap, arm strap, and wrist strap. It is equipped with an SD card, which will save your photos and videos. Be sure to transfer your footage via the app so you don’t lose anything!
The GoPro Cameras checksout for 1 week and are renewable. Only Fremont cardholders may place a hold. GoPros cannot be returned through the book drop.
We also have a GoPro Hero 7. The Hero 7 offers portrait shooting orientation, a refreshing change to the standard horizontal option. Film Ultra HD 4K videos at up to 60fps with the built-in HyperSmooth Video Stabiliation. Detailed 12MP still images and a burst photo mode at up to 30 frames per second. The kit includes an 8GB MicroSDHC card and a USB memory card reader for easy transfer of images to your computer, multiple tripods, a float handle and handheld monopod and tripod adapters.
You may need to charge the GoPro before using it. To charge the GoPro, Press the button on the right side of the camera and pull the cover downwards to open the charging port. Plug in the included USB C charging cable and connect it to a USB wall charger or computer. The light on the front of the camera will turn red while charging. The light will turn off once the camera is fully charged.
Need help getting started? These video guides can help.
Guide to the camera and its settings
Mounting the camera
Capturing photos and video
Using the GoPro app
Download the GoPro app from your device’s store and create a free GoPro account. You will need an email address and you will have to create a password.
Follow the directions to connect the GoPro to the app
Here’s a video of these steps:
Not sure how to edit your videos? Use your library card to access Lynda.com and search for "GoPro" to find tutorials, classes, and helpful hints.