This is the bottom side of the GoPro PCB. I marked the components I need identifying. I assume they are either capacitors and/or resistors, but I need confirmation.
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These components are SMT components, most likely 0402 size (seeing as there are smaller SMT passives on the board which are probably 0201's).
The device with the mark next to the pulled of SMT's is most likely a sot666 package.
The black one is a resistor.
The tan one is a capacitor.
By the looks of the top layer copper, they are in an RC configuration with both connected to the sot666
There is no way to know the value of a resistor by inspection. You'll need to measure the resistor with a DMM (in ohms mode) to find its value.
While capacitors do have color codes, in many instances these are manufactuer specific, the best way would be to measure it. It's most likely that the capacitor is lower than 0.1uF in value.
If the intention is to repair the board, then you probably don't need to find new components, just clean the pads off the old components (as they have been ripped off of the board). Scrape the copper off of the traces and find a very very small gauge wire to connect them all back. This will be a difficult repair due to the size of the components.