PRO TIP:For fastest charging, use GoPro’s Supercharger (sold separately. You can charge your camera with a USB-compatible wall charger or auto charger. GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED UPDATING YOUR CAMERA SOFTWARE To get the latest features and best performance from your GoPro, make sure your camera is always using the most current software. When you connect to the Capture app or Quik for desktop, you are automatically notified if an update is available. Download these apps: • Capture app from the Apple App Store or Google Play ™ • Quik for desktop from gopro.com/apps 2. Connect your camera to your smartphone/tablet or computer. If an update is available, the app provides instructions for installing it. You can also update your camera manually using the microSD card and a card reader/adapter (sold separately. For details and information about the latest software version, visit gopro.com/update. PRO TIP: To see your current software version, swipe down from the main screen, then tap Preferences > About This GoPro.
12 GETTING STARTED POWERING ON + OFF To Power On Press the Mode button [ ]. The camera beeps several times while the camera status lights flash. When information appears on the touch display or the camera status screen, your camera is on. To Power Off Press and hold the Mode button for two seconds. The camera beeps several times while the camera status lights flash. 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, including all privacy laws, which may restrict recording in certain areas. GETTING STARTED CAMERA STATUS SCREEN The camera status screen on the front of the camera contains the following information about modes and settings so you can seethe basics for your current setting at a glance. Camera Mode. Settings. Number of Files Captured. Remaining microSD Card Storage. Battery Status Note: The icons and settings that appear on the camera status screen vary by mode. Those shown above are for Video mode.