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Something like a GoPro

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I'm going away and would like to record video. I can't afford a GoPro so looking for something similar. Does anyone have any recommendations sub £100? Or this one looks good, but is is too 'cheap'?… Read More
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1w, 6d agoPosted 1 week, 6 days ago
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1w, 6d agoPosted 1 week, 6 days ago
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It's 1080p and most of the negatives seem to centre around grainy images at night. I think it'll probably be fine for your needs. Im tempted myself.

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#1
There's nothing like a GoPro unless you're buying a proper "brand" camera
Buy a cheap knock off and receive a cheap knock off-simple really
#2
I think it depends upon what you're looking for - if you're after professional grade photo/video, there's nothing quite like a high end camera; if you're after an underwater camera for some holiday snaps, then a cheaper version would probably be fine.
#3
thedvdmonster
There's nothing like a GoPro unless you're buying a proper "brand" camera
Buy a cheap knock off and receive a cheap knock off-simple really

Yeah, cheers, thanks for that.
#4
Curlyman83
I think it depends upon what you're looking for - if you're after professional grade photo/video, there's nothing quite like a high end camera; if you're after an underwater camera for some holiday snaps, then a cheaper version would probably be fine.

I should have said. Not after anything fancy, not underwater, just something that will take a few short videos. Some from a moving train, some of the mountains, some walking round ruins. I don't need a professional quality but I don't want blurry images that I can't see if I use it when moving around.
#5
It's 1080p and most of the negatives seem to centre around grainy images at night. I think it'll probably be fine for your needs. Im tempted myself.
#6
The SJCAM SJ4000 is regarded as the best go pro copy. In fact there's even fake sj4000's on the market.
HERE
#7
I got one of these from Aldi for £30 - £60 on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/National-Geographic-Action-Camera-Bresser/dp/B01GSH03A0 used it in France last year. Did the business ? Gave to the kids to use on water slides. Took it kayaking down the Ardeche.loads of bits to connect to lots of things - no brainer - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/go-pro-like-action-camera-national-geographic-branded-action-camera-1080p-29-99-2458298
#8
g1bbuk
The SJCAM SJ4000 is regarded as the best go pro copy. In fact there's even fake sj4000's on the market. HERE
This^^^. Great camera for the price. but as mentioned even SJ now copied. I have SJ5000 and it's great!
#9
Yi Action camera is getting a lot of love. More expensive than you're looking to spend, but all the features found on more expensive Hero 5 Black
#10
If you don't need the screen, have a look at the Mobius (or the 2nd version) both under £100 and IIRC the 1st gen would run for 80 mins on the small battery.

Good quality as well.

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