Go Pro is basically a brand of wearable small-scale cameras that can be used for various purposes. Now, when we say “various purposes”, we don’t mean for spying. Most Go Pro camera models are still very noticeable, but they’re lightweight and can be mounted on helmets, visors any many other kinds of equipment. It’s basically a “point of view” type camera and has been used in various TV shows such as Mythbusters. Although point of view cameras do have a kind of a “fish eye” effect and a strange aspect ratio, Go Pro cameras have very high image quality in general. However, Go Pro cameras are also used by many hobby enthusiasts. Want to make a skating video from a first person perspective? Not a problem with Go Pro cameras. However, just as any high quality recording device, there are a lot of features and quirks you need to get familiar with, so having a Go Pro user manual at hand whenever you need it helps a lot. Sometimes a simple tweak or setting change may greatly impact the quality of the overall recording, but knowing what exactly you can do about it is often hard to find without a proper manual.