Video Camera Camcorder 4K Video Camcorder WIFI 56MP Vlogging Camera 18X 270 Degree Digital Video Camera With Microphone Rotation Touch Screen Night Vision HD Recorder Multifunctional Vlogging Camcorde
- -High-sensitivity CMOS Sensor can offer clear and steady photos even in low light. With remote control, you can control the camcorder to take videos and pictures in any direction and angle.
- -Memory: SD/HCSD card up to 128GB
- -The external stereo microphone can effectively eliminate noise, improve stability of audio and receive clear, precise stereo.
- -Sensor: CMOS 13MP sensor,Max. 56MP(interpolation)
- -It is very useful in course record, speech and conference. More Functions: built-in fill light, anti-shake, face detect, beauty face, smile capture, self-timer, webcam, pause function,TV output and so on.
Sold：157 Wished: 50 Followed: 38
Focus Distance: 1.0m-+
Screen: 3.0″ HD Touch Screen
Light sensitivity: Auto,ISO100,ISO200,ISO400, ISO800, ISO1600
Digital zoom: 18X digital zoom
External Mic: Support
Remote control: Support
IR Infrared light: <;2.5m Range Photo:On/Off Recording:On/Off
White balance: Auto/Daylight/Cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent(H)/Fluorescent(L)
Explosure compensation: 3.0EV-+3.0EV
Computer interface: Camera:USB2.0(high speed) Disk:USB2.0(high speed)
Power saving mode: Off/1 minutes/2 minutes/3 minutes /5 minutes /10 minutes
Language: English (default), Spanish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, Italian, French, Janpanese
External Lens: 37MM Standard mount, external UV mirror, wide-angle lens or extender(Not included,need to buy extra)
Power supply: Li-ion battery :NP-40
Weight: Approx280±5g (battery excluded)
1 * Digital Video Camera
1 * Camera Battery
1 * Lens-Cover
1 * USB Cable
1 * Camera Bag
1 * Charger
1 * Remote Control
1 * HDML Cable
1 * Camera User Manual (English)
1 * Microphone (Based on your choice)
1 * Wide-angle Lens (Based on your choice)
1 * Fill Light (Based on your choice)
1 * Lens Hood (Based on your choice)
1 * Handheld Stabilizer (Based on your choice)
1 * 32G/64G/128G SD Card (Based on your choice)
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by a phillips
Camera is a great little camera that I mainly bought to play around with and shoot some action video (not really picture taking).I chose this camera over a gopro for the simple reason that it was less expensive, yet still provided functions that I needed like motorcycle mount, strap mount (for custom made chest mount for sports), and dash cam. all these were metPros i didnt see in other reviews:120fps allows for some excellent slow mo shooting which is hard to find on less expensive action cams. this cam has it, shoots pretty well, but you need a lot of light (indoors wasnt great, but outdoors worked well). Indoors the shutter speed must not allow enough light in, resulting in dark resultswaterproof case comes with it.. I haven’t used it underwater yet so I cant account for the quality of shots. one thing to note, I threw the case on the camera to protect it from bugs when I took the bike out for a spin and there was moisture in the case. 30minutes into the ride and the lens of the case fogged over. id suggest you make sure you dont let moisture in there/ wipe the case down with IPA or something equivalentCons:When the camera shakes on the bike, usually around 35 40 mph, the camera does some funny video wavy video effects. i havent noticed that when mounted to my body/car, but should be notedmounts that screw in only seem to screw in partially.. i mean the screw does not engage past a little over 1 turn. typical screws should turn in more than twice to fully secure whatever they are attached tothe camera comes with an rf controller (like a tv remote). the receiver is next to the lens in the upper left corner (see the pictures included on the amazon page). the tough part is that you need to be facing the camera from the front to activate the camera/video. depending on the setting (it starts on video mode) you cant use the other mode (so if you are set to video, you cannot shoot a picture). Also, the case covers most of the rf receiver, making it all the harder to use the remotethe playback frequently freezes the camera if you have shot with the 120fps. id suggest not using it and instead upload it to your computer (works fine with vlc and even media player).Also if the camera freezes, you have to use a pin to press the reset button… holding down the power button doesnt work making this quite a task if you dont have pinLastly, the camera does not have that heavy-quality feel, but the quality of the videos and pictures makes up for thatAlex
by Shane R. Monroe
I was looking to upgrade my Sony DSC-WX150 (2012) with something featuring wifi and mobile connectivity. After doing my research, I decided on this camera to put head to head against my older camera (which still takes stunning pictures but is lacking in modern features).I took both cameras around with me everywhere for a few days. I snapped every type of picture I could want; nature, buildings, textures, backlit, front lit, macro, low light, practically no light – the whole gambit. I set EVERYTHING to auto on both cameras. I’m an auto shooter, after all.Overall picture quality was similar between the cameras in good conditions. The WB350F pictures definitely were a bit more washed out than the more natural colors of the Sony unit. It wasn’t always readily apparent, but when it was .. it WAS.In low light, there was no comparison. The WX150 took it hands down. The WB350F photos were noisy. The flash, while more flexible, washed out quickly where the WX150 always fired true.This is not the camera for “excellent picture quality”. It is “good quality” especially if you’re going to shoot in normal conditions. I however, end up shooting low light a LOT.The WB350F has a lot of GREAT features. The touchscreen was handy (pinch to zoom, panning) and the screen quality itself is better. The 21x optical zoom actually worked very well – giving me access to subjects a lot farther away. The WiFi worked amazingly well – as did connectivity to mobile.The onboard sharing software left a lot to be desired; featuring only Facebook and Picasa (dead now, really – I couldn’t even log in with Google two step authentication turned on) – along with their own cloud storage and basic email functions. No Twitter. No Google Photos. No FTP. No good resizing options; it autosized pics down for you.If you’re a VERY CASUAL camera user that finds most advanced point and shoot cameras difficult to operate, you may like the interface and button arrangement here. If you’re sticking with uploading web pictures to Facebook, this camera may work out for you. You will suffer some picture quality in trade for all the easy features but a lot of people may just not notice.If you’re a camera user with some manual settings experience, you might be able to irk out a bit better imagery from this camera than the “auto” settings will allow.One of the biggest cons (which some more expert users may find a “pro”) is the manual pop out flash. I found the flash had popped out several times on its own rattling around inside my work bag. It would have taken nothing to snap that flash right off of there. I can’t have that. But, as some users have pointed out, the flash is manually tilt-able, allowing you to soften up the flash off the subject.It is also just a tad big for a “pocket camera” – the Sony, Canon and other P&S cameras offer similar features with smaller size and lighter overall weight. Yeah, you could PROBABLY get it in your pocket – but more likely you’ll need a bag wh
by Renee Balassa
by Pen and pencil
Very unexpected, I will come again next time~ Good seller, keep paying attention!
My friends say it’s good, it’s worth it!
by Linda B.
Okay, support, if necessary, I will find you next time.
by Leslie F Randolph
It’s really good, and the price is very high. I will still buy it here in the future.