Pyle Audio is selling the HD action camera with a retail price of . And you can choose from different color options: black, blue, gray, orange, white, silver, or red.
Action cameras are making a splash in European markets Futuresource Consulting reports, with 2013 sales worth €117 million set to grow to €361m by 2017 with a CAGR of 11%.
All in all, I really liked the BlackVue Sport Action camera. It is so portable and handy to have around. Plus the resolution and picture quality is something to be desired.
Pyle Audio, which is originally a manufacturer of advanced woofers, has announced their new hi-speed 1080p HD action camera. The alternative, for the budget conscious, is marketed under the PyleSports brand with model number PSCHD60.
SRP for the Braun Master Action Camera is £249.95 inc VAT
To access high bitrates with the Sony AS100V action camera, a 64GB SDXC card is required. Smaller cards use the FAT format while the larger 64GB card uses EXFAT. EXFAT is necessary to access the PRO mode in the AS100V. The manual does not clearly state this, so beware. It actually took two calls to Sony technical support to realize this. Their own technical support team didnt know the answer, probably due to the newness of the camera model.
The GoPro Hero4 Silver is the best action camera for most people.
After , they said, “For the vast majority of people who want high-end action cam footage, the Hero4 Silver is probably the way to go. It is, essentially, the Hero 3+ Black edition from last year, which has stood as the best action camera since its release. It’ll shoot 2.7K at 30 fps, 1080p @ 60, and 720p at 120. It also adds Bluetooth to the Wi-Fi, has the improved audio system, Night Photo/Night Lapse, and the much better user interface.”
Internal stabilization is a tremendous benefit if it is done well. The Sony AS100 has a tremendous stabilization system (Sony has long been famous for their BOSS camera stabilization) matched by no other low-cost camera whether a POV/Action camera or a larger palm-corder category camera.
With demand for first-person adrenaline recaps rising, the market for these action cams has vastly expanded. Fresh faces and reputable imprints have largely followed in the footsteps of industry leader , but each new entry offers a different experience that caters best to a specific demographic. Fortunately for you, we’ve managed to narrow down the top offerings based on performance, suitability, features and price. Take a break from planning that next base-jumping adventure and get a closer look at the six best action cameras available now. The name GoPro has long been synonymous with the best in action cameras. And yes, the Hero 4 Black is no exception. With ultra high resolution video and an innovative night mode that automatically adjust settings for low light conditions, the GoPro is decked out in top-notch features. For “prosumer” enthusiasts, it offers everything you want and more. At only $81, the Yi Action Camera is a more affordable alternative to the and it boasts similar specs — oftentimes producing a more vivid image. It functions much the same way as a GoPro and bears more than a passing resemblance. No, it doesn’t come with a waterproof case, but one can be purchased separately. It wasn't so long ago that we rounded up the best action cameras and put them to the test. Just half a year later, and the biggies all have new versions out. They're all better, but there's only one best. Round Two: Fight! If you’re the type of person that wishes they could broadcast their adventures in a live stream directly from their action camera, then you’re in luck: the recently launched Sioeye Iris4G allows you to do exactly that. It connects to a 4G LTE network and can stream footage in real time directly to your Sioeye profile. If you chose not to live stream your footage, the Sioeye can also record video in stunning 4K. GoPro is the market leader with its iconic box-shaped Hero cameras, but action cams also come in a 'bullet' style, like the iON Air Pro. There's lots of choice now, and you shouldn't just buy on brand – think about what you want from an action camera and how you plan to use it.