GoPro is the big name in go-anywhere action cameras. YouTube has a number of comparisons between the DJI Osmo Action Camera and the GoPro 8. Both cameras have pros and cons, but the DJI product was my choice. The price is very competitive for the Action Camera.
Its range of accessories is similar to GoPro but pricing is far more reasonable. Image processing seems to be less intrusive and the final video more natural than GoPro. Colours are clear and crisp without saturation enhancement.
I use it on my motorbike helmet at the chin guard. It's easy to check if the camera is recording but doesn't add discernible weight to the helmet. Small in size and simple to operate.
Purchased in March 2021 at Amazon for $300.
|Electronic Shutter Speed||120-1/8000 seconds|
|Max Video Resolution||4K, Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)|
|Frame Rate||24fps, 25fps, 30fps, 50fps, 60fps, 100fps, 120fps and 200fps|
|Features||Bluetooth, Weatherproof and Wi-Fi|
|Ports||Micro SD Card Slot|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Grey|
|Release date||May 2019|
- MPN: 4492672
- GTIN13: 6958265186899
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