I am looking to get a GoPro camera, and specifically to capture video while fishing. Except that, aside from seeing the resulting videos posted online, I can't seem to get my head around how these things function, or which model is best suited for my purposes. I understand that the camera takes video like any other video camera or cell phone, and stores it on a local disk...right? How do you get that raw footage from the camera to the desktop, and what tools do you use to edit it? I am about three generations behind the curve here...a product of more than eight years living in Mexico. Are there specific tips or tricks I need to know? Most of all, which model will work best catching what may be fairly long fights against (hopefully!) big tuna? I tried to get the skinny on the Hero4 Black...supposedly one of the better/newer models...but my Spanish wasn't up to the sales pitch. All I took from it was that a 12-minute video would fill the memory disk, and that isn't long enough. But I'm guessing that's at the highest possible definition, and maybe there are settings that provide extreme clarity while using smaller quantities of data? And what is the whole issue with mounts? I know there are folks here who use the GoPros. Help a brother out, huh?