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GoPro HD Motorsports HERO Instructions

Gopro hd motorsports hero: user guide.
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1 - Status LCD Screen
5 - USB Port
2 - Power/Mode Button
6 - Combo TV/Audio Out
3 - LED Light
7 - HERO Bus™ Port
4 - HDTV Out Port
8 - Battery Door
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FEATURES AND ENHANCEMENTS ARE REGULARLY AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD, VISIT
GOPRO.COM FOR MORE DETAILS.
Basics of Using your Camera
POWER/MODE BUTTON - Front of Camera
POWER/MODE button powers camera on and off and works as a mode switching button once camera is on.
Turn Camera On
Press and hold the POWER/MODE button and the camera will turn on.
The camera will beep 3 times, indicating the camera is powering on.
Turn Camera Off
Press and hold the POWER/MODE button for 2 seconds. The camera will
beep 7 times, indicating the camera is shutting off.
Changing Modes
Once the camera is on, pressing the POWER/MODE button
will change modes from video mode to self-timer, to photo mode, etc.
SHUTTER BUTTON - Top of Camera
Shutter button starts and stops video recording and photo capture. When in the SET menu of options the
shutter button acts as a toggle button for changing settings. See the SETTINGS MENU section of these
instructions for more information.
THE BATTERY SHIPS PARTIALLY CHARGED. FOR BEST PERFORMANCE OF INITIAL USE,
CHARGE BATTERY BEFORE FIRST USE. HOWEVER, NO DAMAGE WILL OCCUR TO
BATTERY IF USED PRIOR TO CHARGING. SEE CHARGING SECTION.
STATUS LCD ICONS
Photo Mode
Triple Shot Photo Mode
Delete Last/All
Resolution Indicator
Format SD Card
TO SHOOT VIDEO
Turn on camera by pressing POWER/MODE button.
The camera will power on in VIDEO mode as the default mode.
Default resolution is 960p (1280x960). See Settings Menu section to learn about resolutions.
Press shutter button to begin recording video.
Red LED light on front of the camera will blink while video is recording.
Press shutter button to stop recording or camera will automatically stop recording when your SD card is full
or your battery dies (approx 2.25 hours of battery life on a full charge).
USING 10 SECOND TIMER
Press the POWER/MODE button until you see the 10 SECOND TIMER icon.
Press the SHUTTER button and the camera will automatically shoot a photo in 10 seconds.
As series of beeps and flashing red LED light will indicate when the photo has been taken.
(blinking icon)
TO SHOOT PHOTOS EVERY "X" SECONDS TIME LAPSE MODE
Press POWER/MODE button until you see the blinking camera icon.
The default timing is to shoot a PHOTO EVERY "2" SECONDS, automatically.
Press the shutter button to start taking photos. Press the shutter again to stop.
To change the timing to shoot a photo every 2, 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds, see the SETTINGS MENU section
of these instructions.
TO SHOOT SINGLE SHOT PHOTOS
Press the POWER/MODE button repeatedly until you see the solid, non blinking camera icon.
Press SHUTTER button to take a photo.
A beep will sound and red LED will flash to indicate a photo has been taken.
TO SHOOT TRIPLE SHOT SEQUENCE PHOTOS
Press POWER/MODE button until you see the triple shot icon on the front LCD status screen. Press the
shutter button to shoot 3x photo-sequence in 2 seconds.
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9 - Shutter/Select Button
10 - SD Card Slot
Video Mode
10 Second Timer Mode
Battery Meter
Spot Meter Exposure
ENTERING THE SETTINGS MENU
Press the POWER/MODE button repeatedly until you see the SEt icon (above).
Press the SHUTTER button to enter settings menu.
Press the POWER/MODE button to cycle through options once in settings menu.
CHOOSING DEFAULT MODE AT POWER UP
You can program your camera to turn on in either Video mode, Photo mode, Triple Shot Sequence mode, or
Photo Every "X" Seconds mode:
Symbol on LCD Screen
F (default setting)
Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between choices.
Press the POWER/MODE button to save whichever setting is showing on the screen and continue to the
next feature option.
CHOOSING VIDEO RESOLUTION
Your HD HERO camera shoots the following video resolutions:
Symbol on LCD
Screen
r1
r2
r3
r4(default
resolution)
r5
NOTE: Above r1, r2, r3, r4, and r5 settings in the SET menu appear as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (no "r") on the
bottom left corner of LCD screen when not in the SET menu. See previous "STATUS LCD ICONS" drawing
for an example of this.
Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between choices.
Press the POWER/MODE button to save whichever setting is showing on the screen and continue to the
next feature option.
CHOOSING EXPOSURE SETTING
ON
Choose between Spot Meter and Center Weighted Average Meter exposure settings depending on the
lighting of your environment:
Symbol on LCD Screen
Cnt
(default setting)
SPt
This icon
appears on LCD when spot
meter is active
Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between choices.
Press the POWER/MODE button to save whichever setting is showing on the screen and continue to the
next feature option.
UPSIDE DOWN IMAGE CAPTURE (If your camera does not have this option, visit gopro.com to
download a free update patch to obtain this feature.)
If you need to mount your camera upside down to get the perfect photo or video angle, you can program the
camera to save the photo or video upside down so that it appears right side up when you review it on your
computer or TV. This eliminates the need to "flip" the photo or video later on your computer.
Symbol on LCD Screen
UP (default setting)
UPd
Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between the UP / UPd choices.
Press the POWER/MODE button to save whichever setting is showing on the screen and continue to the
next feature option.

SETTINGS MENU

ADVANCED FEATURES
Video Mode (F means "Filming")
P
3
PES
Frames per
Description
Resolution
Second
Wide Angle
Standard
WVGA
Definition
(848x480)
16:9
Widest HD Video
720p
16:9 @ 30 fps
(1280 x 720)
Widest HD Video
720p
16:9 @ 60 fps
(1280 x 720)
Tallest HD Video
960p
Max Overall View
(1280 x 960)
4:3
Full HD
1080p
Highest
(1920x1080)
Resolution 16:9
Function
Center weighted average meter is best for normal outdoor and indoor
lighting conditions.
Spot meter is primarily for shooting from inside of a car or other dark
space looking out into a brighter outside setting. Spot meter adjusts the
exposure for the absolute center of the scene, for example the road
ahead instead of the interior of the car.
If you are wanting optimum exposure of the inside of the car, filming
mainly the driver for example, choose Cnt center weighted average to
expose for the inside of the car.
Function
saves photos and videos in a normal "right side up" orientation
saves photos and videos upside down so that they appear right side up
when you review on your computer or TV. The video camera and photo
icons will blink quickly on the LCD screen to reminding you that you are
saving photos and videos in upside down mode.
Function
Single Shot Photo Mode
Triple Shot Photo Mode
Photo Every "X" Seconds Mode
Suggested Use
when smaller file size is
60
desired
when mounting on vehicles
or gear, when a very wide
30
angle is desired but vertical
viewing area is not as
important
same as r2 but with ultra
60
slow motion playback
when mounting on your
body, helmet, surfboard or
chest harness, this mode
30
offers the most vertical
viewing area of all
resolutions
when vehicle or gear
mounted, best choice for
highest quality in-car filming.
30
25% narrower field of view
(127º) compared to 170º
view of other resolutions
Measure
Measure
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