Whether you’re trekking, fishing, cycling or at a football match, you might want a budget–friendly camera with a lens that’s fast enough to catch all the action. On one hand, some people prefer the flexibility of interchangeable lenses while on the other hand, some may dislike that bulk and complexity of the gear. Fortunately, for the adventure lovers technology is rightly catching up the ‘Small Packet Big Bang’ phrase. Bringing to you a compact and budget–friendly camera with greater abilities – V3 4K WiFi Sport Camera.
The V3 4K WiFi Sport Camera comes loaded with features and accessories in an elegant packaging. It looks similar to a GoPro but is distinguished in its own way. This camera is suitable for outdoor sports, marine sports, extreme sports, bicycling, diving, home security and more.
V3 4K WiFi Sport Camera allows you to record excellent moments during sports. The camera adopts Allwinner V3 chipset enabling it to operate smoothly. Its IMX179 CMOS sensor is a big thing for a compact camera shooting high–quality images. It shoots at 16MP photo resolution and supports 4K 30fps, 2.7K 30fps, 1920 x 1080P 60fps, 1920 x 1080P 30fps, 1280 x 720P 120fps, 720P 60fps, 720P 30fps video resolution. There is an option to shoot time–lapse, use the slow motion, timed mode and auto photograph mode.
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The 2inch LCD screen displays a clean Menu along with fascinating videos and photographs. The camera supports a 4.0X Optical Zoom along with 170 degrees wide–angle fish–eye lens. You can store the data with the 64G (maximum expansion) Micro SD card.
It has a built–in 900mAh rechargeable battery for a continuous 2–hour playback at 1080P. V3 Comes with a water resistant casing for up to 30m underwater shooting. You can also use the WiFi facility in the camera and download the XDV app for app control support.[quick_offer]
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